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10 Commandments of Family Air Travel | BabyGlobetrotters.Net

10 Commandments of Family Air Travel

How to Survive Long-haul Flights with Kids Thou shalt plan, plan, plan No more seat of your pants stuff, travellers. This is survival of the fittest. Pick your flight times carefully, book the best seating, book bassinets, check what your luggage limits are, book your kids meals in […]

How to overcome the effects of jet lag with long distance family travel | Travel Advice | BabyGlobetrotters.Net

The jet lag challenge

Our Florida Challenge #3 “Jet lag our old nemeses, how have you been?” “Yeah it’s been a while, we’re ok thanks” “Yeah baby’s just about sleeping through until 5am now” “Yeah the little man is good, taken about 7 months since the last big trip but finally got […]

5 tips to prevent babymoon disaster

With romance in the air, this week’s Five for Friday is looking at the very modern and popular trend of the babymoon!! This is when parents-to-be take one last holiday together before the arrival of bubs – whether it’s your first or third child it’s a perfect opportunity […]

Preparing for travel | Travel Advice | BabyGlobetrotters.Net

30 steps to prepare for family travel

Tickets booked? Hotel reservations made?  Travel guides purchased? In all the excitement to get your suitcases packed and getting out the door, don’t forget about some of the mundane daily life things that need taking care of before you go on vacation. Here are the Baby Globetrotter’s 30 really […]

15 practical ways to conquer jet lag

Jet lag is an unfortunate consequence of long-haul trans-meridian travel; as if dealing with children when you’ve all been cooped up for 14 hours isn’t enough your sleeping and eating, even your toilet patterns are completely thrown out of whack by crossing multiple time zones.  The four main […]

10 steps to festive flying success

Heading home (or away) for the festive season? Don’t let the flight add to your stress, here are my favourite long-haul flying tips for families: Call the airline before you fly – in the day of electronic ticketing it’s easy to become complacent; if you want particular seats, […]

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