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Cruise

Baby Boomers are spending their kids inheritance on cruising

Looks like we’re going to have to give up our avo on toast and daily iced lattes because our folks just booked a year-long expedition.

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Aviation

What do Aussies want to experience most on a flight?

If we’re honest, all we really want to experience is a flight in general. Take us anywhere! We almost can’t stand sitting in our office any longer – if it wasn’t for the snacks, that is.

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Tourism

Here’s how to avoid common travel insurance traps

We chatted with Finder.com.au’s insurance expert Richard Laycock to bring you some great tips and tricks about how to cut through jargon and decipher the fine print.

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Destinations

Which Aussie airports have the highest delay rates?

New findings have shown which airports in Australia had the most delays in 2017. We tried to use a delayed flight as an excuse to be late to work today, but it didn’t work.

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Destinations

What are the most expensive countries to get injured in?

by Lauren Croft

If you like hospital stays as much as you like five-star hotel stays, you’d be in luck in these countries. We’ve never experienced either so both sound pretty exciting TBH.

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Destinations

Does your travel insurance cover volcanic eruptions?

Also, does it cover missing your flight because you stopped to pat a cute dog on the way to the airport? Asking for a friend.

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Tourism

How to make the most of a flight delay

by Alex Keshen

Flight delays are so much more than an excuse to take a nap in the middle of an airport. Here’s how to do them right.

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Technology

The strange lengths Aussie travellers go to for free wifi

You haven’t really travelled until you’ve gotten half way to a tourist attraction only to have to go back to your accomodation to Google directions.

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Destinations

Beware: the most dangerous place on earth for Aussie travellers

An Aussie traveller is hospitalised or dies in this region every 17 hours. On a completely unrelated note, we’ve decided to never leave our house again.

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Tourism

1/3 parents bring family babysitter on their holidays

We always invite our grandma on holidays to babysit. Although we only enlist her services because we’re too old for kid’s club.

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Aviation

Should Aussie airlines be offering child-free zones on planes?

by Stephanie Yip - Travel Expert at finder.com.au

Do you tell people you love kids, only to curse at the first baby’s scream on a long-haul flight? You’ll resonate with this.

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Technology

Aussies spend $16.4bn each year on online travel purchases

by Hannah Edensor

Aussies spend over $16 billion on online travel products. Meanwhile, Travel Weekly is scrounging for change in the couch cushions.

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