Planning a holiday for three or more generations in a family can be tricky – so where can baby boomers plan to travel to with both their children and grandkids?
For many baby boomers, the thought of learning a new language is quite literally a foreign concept. But is it impossible? Laura Parr takes a look.
“Packing lightly” is easier said than done, so check out our list of the top 10 things you should definitely be squeezing into your suitcase.
This summer marks the start of the biggest cruise ship season on record in Australia, but are we equipped with the infrastructure to deal with the trend? Laura Parr reports.
Many of us dream of speaking a language fluently, but can it be done for free? Laura Parr reviews three free ways that you can learn Italian.
In 2005, two-thirds of Australian baby boomers booked their holidays to the Asia Pacific via a travel agency. But just seven years on, this has dropped dramatically. Laura Parr investigates.
Traditional travel agencies can be declared dead as their loyal baby boomer customers look elsewhere, says Laura Parr.
Did you visit your GP before you last went on holiday? As Laura Parr discovers, you could be putting yourself at unnecessary risk of catching a disease if you didn’t.