Month: October 2022

Beginner’s Guide to Golfing with Kids

Golfing with kids can be a great way to spend time together and bond while getting some exercise. It can also be a great learning experience for kids, teaching them about the game of golf and helping them to develop their coordination, motor skills and a whole lot more. If you are thinking of taking your kids out on the golf course but are not sure where to start, read on.

Getting the Kids Started with Golf

You want to ensure the kids get excited about the game, not frustrated and ready to give up before they have even started. This is how:

Choose the right equipment

You don’t need to go out and buy a set of golf clubs for your kids just yet. Go to your local driving range and try a few out. If you want to hire a set from your local golf course, get some

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Moving Overseas – Where Do You Start?

Moving abroad is more common today than ever before. According to a 2020 report by the International Organization for Migration, as of June 2019 272 million people live in a country other than their country of birth. That’s an increase of 20% since 2010.

Now, moving overseas is a huge commitment. It is also both exciting and daunting especially if you are doing it solo. You might have been on family or solo holidays in your new country of choice, but relocating permanently or even temporarily is a completely different ball game. You will be learning a new culture and language, meeting lots of new people, and generally trying to make sense of a whole new way of life. But before you can realise any of this, you need to think about the logistics.

Things to consider for your move abroad

Planning a move abroad can definitely feel overwhelming especially

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Best Family Restaurants in London

Whether you live in London or are taking the kids to the capital for the day or a city trip to best places to visit in London with kids, it will pay off to plan your time there in advance. Often venues require pre-booking, so if you want to take the kids somewhere special for brunch, lunch, or dinner, then reserving a table in advance will avoid disappointment.

Many of our single parents tell us they love their food, yet their kids are often fussy eaters. So, for the foodies amongst you, who want to please their palate but also keep the kids happy and entertained, Single Parents on Holiday have collated a list of the best restaurants in London for families – all of them are unique spaces serving excellent food in a great lively atmosphere and, most notably, are places that kids and teenagers enjoy, too.

Unique child-friendly

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The Top 10 Hotels in London

Are you thinking of going to the British capital for a short break? Or do you have tickets for a fancy gig and want to round your stay off with a night in a chic hotel? Whatever your reason for an overnight stay might be, the sheer choice of swanky hotels in London is mind boggling.

So how do you choose? Whether you are after quirky, timeless, flamboyant, or quintessentially English, London has it all: from the doorman dressed in a red uniform, inviting you into a marble-clad lobby to a townhouse hotel for exclusive use.

The Best Places to Stay on Your Next Visit to London

So, without further ado, here is our shortlist of the top 10 hotels in London for both luxury and location:

1. Nobu Hotel London Portman Square

The 249-room luxury hotel in the heart of London’s Marylebone area, is ideally positioned for the smart

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How to Save on Holiday Accommodation

7 Travel hacks to keep the cost of your holiday down

With the summer officially over, there is only one way to get over the holiday blues: Sit the kids down and plan your next single parent getaway together! It’s not easy and may need some compromising if everyone has different ideas about where to go and what to do. If you don’t want to travel solo, which can be expensive and a little lonely, you could book a single parent group holiday or ask around family and friends to see who is interested in going away together. Either way, there are a few things you can do to save a few bob on your next holiday booking:

1. Consider a large holiday home

Try to drum up some interest from family and friends and find a large property that you can all share on your next trip. You will

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