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Monday, November 23, 2015

Escape the bleak mid-winter

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Escape the bleak mid-winter

Escape the bleak mid-winter

youtube in the bleak mid winter
Holidays are not just reserved for summer, in fact there is much to be said for a winter break!Getting away from your usual surroundings in the middle of a bleak, cold winter can be just the tonic for raising those spirits, and whilst summer may seem a million miles away, there are destinations where it is summer (well, to us anyway) practically all year around!Image Credit: stashabella. Whether you fly direct or indirect, depending on the destination, you will be able to open up your search much wider if you are flexible on date and where you fly from. If you are flying from a different airport, with a slightly longer journey to the airport, then consider booking a night at a hotel, either nearby or on site, to cut down on tiredness. I regularly stay at the hotels at Stansted Airport, especially so during winter, and I can’t fault them on price and customer service. I would definitely recommend this idea, and it won’t break the bank either.Something that could break the bank is a medical nightmare and if it’s the slopes you’re visiting this winter then you should definitely sort yourself some insurance. You can get specialist winter sports cover with most companies – I've found holiday insurance from holidayextras.co.uk to be fair value, so go check them out.As the weather can be somewhat unpredictable during the winter months, it’s simply a case of keeping up to date on live flight information, and I always check my airport and flight for the few days before my flight. For example, for my last holiday, I was regularly checking information on Stansted departures, and gained a few little extra bits of knowledge along the way on new restaurants!Photo Credit: kansas-photo. When you’re choosing your winter break, you only really have to whittle it down to three categories – city break, ski/log cabin break, or winter sunshine. Cities offer a world of entertainment and sightseeing options, and you can always get cheap flights to many nearby European cities, so that could be a good choice for a shorter holiday. As for skiing or log cabin holidays, think cosying up in front of a roaring fire, with a cup of steaming cocoa – bliss! To get the most out of this type of break will need at least a week in my opinion, especially if you’re planning on getting active on those ski slopes! And finally winter sun – my favorite option of them all! The beach is practically my second home, and destinations as close as the Canary Islands mean winter sun in abundance. Of course, if you want to head further afield, then consider Goa, Kenya, the Caribbean even – you won’t struggle to find a destination.You don’t have to wait until the summer holidays begin before jetting off somewhere exotic and new, in fact I like winter holidays for the fact that it’s totally out of the ordinary, and really something to look forward to.Break the winter blues – embrace the winter holiday.
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