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Top 5 Family Favourite Travel Accessories

Travelling with children can be stressful but there are things that you can do to make it pleasurable. Here are our top 5 products for planning a trip and subsequently travelling with children. 1. Magnetic Maps Engage your children in the family travel plans with an informative dry board magnetic map, point out where you...CONTINUE READING
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Flybe flight to Belfast and the Cabin Max Equator backpack.

The Cabin Max Equator The Cabin Max Equator. Purpose built to be the perfect backpackers companion whilst being compatible with the carry-on dimensions of most Asian budget airlines – The perfect bag for a few nights in tropical Belfast then! It might seem like a strange bag to take to the wilds of Northern Ireland,...CONTINUE READING
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Let’s Talk About Valletta

Valletta is a very beautiful city in Malta. The history, culture and architecture of the city makes it seem a little like an open air museum, with a modern twist. The quaint café’s and coffee shops make is easy to sit back and watch the city go about its daily activities. The wonderful compact streets...CONTINUE READING
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Hand Luggage Restrictions and Recommendations

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is a trade association that help formulate aviation industry policies on critical issues. It’s important to understand that the IATA can only offer guidance to the industry and cannot set or create policies; this is something that caused some confusion earlier this year. In June 2015, the IATA attempted...CONTINUE READING
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A day mountain biking in Shropshire with the Aquabourne San Remo backpack

As Cabin Max’s resident cyclist/runner/general-outdoorsy-type, I was pretty excited to try out the new bright green Aquabourne San Remo backpack, and what better test than a day mountain biking through the forests and moors of a sunny (if damp underfoot) Shropshire. When hurriedly packing for our adventure, I was a little unsure how much I would...CONTINUE READING
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