Win a copy of the How To Travel With Kids book

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Would you like to win a new book in time for Christmas?

Are you a family that dream of travelling together but have no idea how and where to start now that you have kids?

Does the thought of traveling with small children make you come out in a cold sweat?

If so then our latest competition is for you. Up for grabs we have a copy of the fabulous book How to Travel with Kids Without Losing Your Mind by parents Natasha Sandhir and AJ Ratani, also known as The 2 Idiots. This book gives real life hints and tips as well as practical solutions and advice for traveling with your children, from checklists for packing to information about how to book the best seats on the plane, they have you covered from the initial planning stage right through to your journey home. No matter how experienced a traveler you are you will find something helpful between these pages ready for your next adventure as a family.

 

What I personally love is that this book doesn’t just focus on travelling abroad via planes to exotic locations, it also looks at car journeys, train rides, and cruises and is full of useful information that can be used for the smallest of day trips as well as mammoth traveling expeditions. If you are a parent and want to travel then this book is a must read and what’s more is that the authors, The 2 Idiots, have written this from experience and I’m not talking a few package holidays I’m taking about the fact that they have taken their toddler to over 40 countries! They definitely know their stuff when it comes to traveling.

 

 

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For your chance to win a copy simply enter below.

 

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If you can’t wait to see if you have won then you can buy a copy of the book from Amazon for £8.95 and you can find out more about Natasha and AJ by following them on their travels over on their Instagram page .

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