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The World First Weekly Wander – The Mongol Rally Edition

World First Weekly Wander is a weekly rundown of the latest and greatest travel blog posts. It’s compiled by our very own social media man, Tristan Rothwell, and it’s a super-speedy way to catch up on the latest travel buzz. …

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Summer indecision? Solve it with a holiday on wheels.

If you can’t make up your mind where to go for your summer holidays this year, then I can highly recommend opting for a life of indecision. And by that I mean staying flexible with a holiday in a classic camper. Not only will a beautiful set of retro wheels make you the coolest kids at the camp site but you’ll also be able to go anywhere you want, safe in the knowledge that you’ve got everything you need right there with you.

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Park and slide

A couple of weeks in an airport car park is going to add about £90 to the cost of your trip (based on BAA’s quote for 2 weeks at Heathrow Terminal 4 in November). But it’s in a long stay car park. And that means it’s going to be away from the terminal. So you’ll have to wait up to 8 minutes for a bus ride that takes about 7 minutes to reach the terminal. Doesn’t sound too bad, does it? Now add your ski gear, luggage and, of course, the kids. It’s not looking quite such a good deal is it? And that’s the point. You can go to great lengths to save money, but in the end, is it worth the hassle?

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7 ways to get into trouble abroad

There are many ways of getting into trouble abroad that are often avoidable. This is a guide.

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Driving your car in a foreign country – a guide to the basics

Driving your car in a foreign country For us British drivers, we think that everybody else drives on the wrong side of the road. In fact, 25% of the world's cars are driven on the left, so a quarter of …

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