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Holiday Tech Must Have's

Technology is everywhere and is meant to be helpful (sometimes we think it’s also meant to frustrate you, but the tech companies swear that this isn’t the truth…). And yes, sometimes a holiday is a time to switch off your phone and leave your laptop at home, but other times (like when you have two toddlers or a sulky teen), you need to just go with the flow. So, embrace some of the awesome technological products around you and use them to the max on your next holiday

 
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Keep Kids Busy on Rainy Days

Rainy days during your holiday may seem like the biggest misfortune (short of a bad haircut), but it can be fun. You just need to make the most of it. Apart from taking the kids to indoor play arenas, shopping malls or museums, there are a lot of fun activities that can take place in the comfort of your own holiday unit. Some of these require some planning, so make sure to prepare for these days when packing for your holiday. Here are some tips.

 
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Easter Feature: Planning an Easter Egg Hunt

A treasure hunt is one of the most fun activities you can do with kids and if you throw in some chocolate eggs it promises to be a crowd pleaser. This will require a little bit of planning on your side to make sure it’s successful, so read up on our handy hints and tips for planning a THC-approved Easter Egg Hunt!

 
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Tips for a safe journey

Going on holiday is a great time to make memories with the family, but the fun can quickly disappear when experiencing car troubles. For your own safety, and to prevent unnecessary expenses that eats into your holiday budget, follow these tips to ensure a safe and memorable journey when going on holiday.

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Local is Lekker - travel more in 2015

Did you know that South Africa has the largest man-made forest in the world and that it is situated in Johannesburg? Or, that we have the third highest commercial bungee jumping spot in the world at Bloukrans? Read on to discover why South Africa is one of the best countries to be a tourist in.
 

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