Retiring abroad is something a lot of people dream about throughout their life. Many people may gradually retire and drop down to part-time work and many may decide on one specific day and take the leap and ship everything across. Retiring abroad probably isn’t something you can just do on a whim, you need to think about relatives, children, pets, selling your home and potentially your car.
With the prospect of your next holiday already forming in your mind, there are some things you need to consider. Wherever you are travelling to from the UK, one more thing you need to consider is the restrictions on hand luggage.
Deciding to leave the UK and retire abroad is both incredibly exciting and a little bit scary! It helps to take some of the stress out of it to have an overall view as to what you need to do when. That’s why we’ve put together a handy checklist you can refer to throughout.
That I would be a fisherman when I was older was something I never doubted. I was born into a family of fishermen and I had no desire to do anything other than follow in the footsteps of my grandfather, father, uncles, and cousins.
If you’ve got your heart set on a holiday in the near future, or you’re just planning out what amazing destination to visit next, then it makes sense to want to travel in the best month of the year. If you’re a sun-worshipper or simply enjoy warmer climates on your travel adventures, then our guide to the hottest location for each month of the year is exactly what you need.
According to YouGov, close to half of Britons learn the countries language when travelling abroad. 48% of Brits travelling abroad, whereas a reported 41% do make the effort or try to get to grips with at least the basics. But what does this say about British tourism?
Things To Do Whilst Waiting to Travel Please select one of the categories below On Your Own Couples Families On Your Own Donate to charity (spring clean) Learn to cook withminimal ingredients Work on your albumthen stream it Write A Book Grow your own veg Go for a walk Online Gaming Start baking Start a
We’ve asked our overseas team to share some traditional recipes with us so that we can still enjoy the flavour of our amazing destinations. Here are some typical Easter dishes for you to try. Torrijas Torrijas are traditionally made at Easter time in Spain and make a lovely afternoon treat for those with a sweet
The sun-drenched region of the Algarve in southern Portugal is home to some of the finest beaches in Europe, where the wild and exhilarating contrast to the gentle and sedate, providing a beach for everyone.
The Jolan Valley, known locally as the Vall de Pop, is home to some of the best scenery in Spain. This mountainous valley is doused in plains peppered with fragrant orange groves, gnarled olive trees, fertile vineyards and sweet-smelling almond trees.