5 top things to do in Toronto

5 top things to do in Toronto More than just maple syrup and moose, Canada is a hugely popular and diverse country. As Canada Day approaches ever-nearer (1st July, in case you were wondering), we look at one of the …

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8 steps to a stress-free holiday

8 steps to a stress-free holiday

Stress can be serious - impinging hugely on your quality of life. Holidays can be a great antidote to your anxieties. But unless you are prepared, jetting off can sometimes create stress of its own. Well, worry no more. Banish …

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April: Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

April: Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK. A diagnosis of the disease occurs every 15 minutes, with around 40,000 new diagnoses made each year. The good news? Early diagnosis makes for …

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Concorde 2.0: return of the sky-high luxury?

Concorde 2.0: return of the sky-high luxury?

When you think luxury travel, what comes to mind? Cruise liners complete with putting green and casino? Waiter-served meals served on crushed velvet green sofas on the Orient Express? Well, how about Concorde? And more importantly, what about Concorde 2.0?

How you can help save young lives on World Cancer Day with Clic Sargent

How you can help save young lives on World Cancer Day with Clic Sargent

How you can help save young lives on World Cancer Day with Clic Sargent Tomorrow (4th February 2017) is World Cancer Day. During the day 11 children and young people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer. From the awful …

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World Aids Day: 1st December 2016

Here at World First we’ve got every reason to observe and support World Aids Day. We were the first company to offer travel insurance cover for people with HIV / AIDS. After a 10 year long fight to get insurers …

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5 Healthy things to do with kids this half term

5 Healthy things to do with kids this half term Half term is nearly upon us! But do you struggle to find things to do that will get them out and active? You may not be alone! It can be …

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Going to Thailand? Be respectful, requests the FCO.

Going to Thailand? Be respectful, requests the FCO. Following the official announcement of the death of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej yesterday there is now an official period of mourning of one year from 14 October 2016 in Thailand. The …

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5 of the best French wine tasting experiences

5 of the best French wine tasting experiences Though often tying with European neighbour Italy in terms of production, France is still seen as the world leader when it comes to wine. For the discerning connoisseur, a wine tasting holiday …

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What does Brexit mean for British travellers?

What does Brexit mean for British travellers? Whether you are an innie or an outie, there’s no doubt that Brexit will have some kind of effect on your travel plans at some point. It might just be a short term …

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