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DESTINATION & ARRIVAL TIPS!   I recommend reading up on your destination on Trip Advisor. I find a lot of tips on the FORUM page. Travellers from across the world write in about a destination giving helpful tips from taking a cab and where to eat to which tours...

Travel Tips To Keep You Safe   IF YOU ARE TRAVELLING OUTSIDE OF NORTH AMERICA:   Before you leave, give a family member or friend copies of your travel itinerary and contact details, birth certificate and a copy of your travel insurance documents.   Did you know The Government of Canada...

AIRPORT SECURITY TIPS   The Canadian Transport Security Authority known as CATSA has a fabulous website for what you can bring through security.  https://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/en/whatcanIbring   Use a clear medium 1-litre ziplock bag which is similar to the plastic bag you can pick up at security to put your shampoos, toothpaste, hand lotion etc...

DONT FORGET ABOUT TIPS FOR THE KIDS!   If your child is old enough to understand, explain what the process will be at the airport. Show your child a map and where you are travelling. On the airline’s website, check out the airplane pictures. If your child...

WHAT SHOULD I BRING? PACKING TIPS!   Don’t lose all your amazing photos! Remember to back them up. I bring an iOS Flash Drive to store my photos from my phone.   Want to keep your suitcase smelling fresh? Put a laundry dryer sheet in your suitcase to keep clothes smelling great.   Stuffing your socks...

HEY, DID YOU THINK OF THIS?  KIND OF TIPS!   Bring your itinerary with you and highlight the airlines booking reference and 13 digit ticket number. You will have one ticket number for your electronic ticket. You could have multiple booking references also known as a record locator or file...

 CARRY-ON TIPS   Carry on policies can be very confusing and differ between airlines. You may have questions about how much you can bring on board, and is there an individual weight per piece or a combined weight policy? Are the measurements of the carry-on, length plus...

Airlines transport all types of personal wheelchairs, hand-propelled chairs; folding, collapsible and non-folding electric wheelchairs, including scooters, with wet acid batteries and dry cell batteries.   Travelling can be challenging for passengers with special needs. It may seem like a daunting task to prepare and I would...

Your travel day has come! For most of us, this day is exciting yet nerve-racking. You may be concerned about what to expect at the airport when you are travelling with your mobility aid or if your airline wheelchair request has been looked after.   This blog...

ARE YOU READY FOR THE UNEXPECTED?    I travel frequently and I believe travel preparation and travel health insurance is as important as your identification when you travel. Planning for a trip should always include a list of must haves in case of a unexpected accident. I recently...