By Katharine MacColl If you plan to travel outside British territories you may require a visa to enter your destination. How can I find out more about visa applications If you have a question01:00 Wed 21st Feb 2001
Asks alicevida A. Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland, and while it has a lot to offer the tourist it is one of the most expensive places in Europe to visit. If you're planning to visit for longer01:00 Mon 09th Jul 2001
A. Although more daunting, the earlier you travel with your baby the easier it is. In the first three months your baby sleeps approximately 16 hours a day, so it is easier to go then, before he or she01:00 Mon 16th Apr 2001
Asks saskia A. The Liberty Alliance Project is an organisation that has recently been formed to create an open, federated, single sign-on identity solution for the digital economy via any device01:00 Mon 07th Jan 2002
A. The satirical television series came to an end in 1988. Spitting Image - lampooning current events using latex puppets - was created in 1984 by Roger Law and Peter Fluck, and ran for 18 series01:00 Mon 03rd Dec 2001
Asks alicevidaA. There are several sites that allow you to convert from one currency to another very quickly and accurately, taking into account current exchange rates. Some of these include the01:00 Thu 12th Jul 2001
by Steve Cunningham THEY did something that neither the Tories nor his Labour enemies could dream of achieving. They unwittingly brought about the downfall of Peter Mandelson, Tony Blair's Prince01:00 Thu 08th Feb 2001
By Lisa Cardy ARE THE roles of pets and their owners reversing Traditionally, it has been the owners that reward the animals, but with the growing demand for animal actors the reverse is occuring.01:00 Fri 22nd Dec 2000
AnswerBank users can now log into The AnswerBank with their Facebook accounts should they wish to. For those who aren't already a member of The AnswerBank can now validate their account by signing in with Facebook - although you still need to register with The AnswerBank of course!We understand there may be a lot of qu...17:00 Thu 05th May 2011
Social Networking –Where in the World Are You
‘You have just become the Mayor of Tesco in foursquare!’ exclaims a message on my friends Twitter account.
I try to compose myself for a second and formulate some rational solution as to why this has happened. I can’t, and then my head fills w...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010
A typical Australian holiday could include scuba diving, surfing and a variety of tours around the vast and unique countryside, but why stop there If you want to see the real Australia you need to venture beneath the surface and not be afraid to explore some of the mystifying outback landscape.
Need to ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
One of the main gripes of many travellers is poor customer service at airports. Since security has been upped it can be a huge problem to get your luggage, family and handheld bagge through an intricate system of check ins, security and further security.
As we have seen from many shows such as "Airport", the...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
With the rise of cheap flights there has been a massive increase in the number of people travelling from the UK to European cities for weekend breaks. Stag and hen dos are a fashionable reason for travelling and can make the experience of your last ‘fling’ as a singleton extra special. Places such as Barcel...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
Many people now take their cars on holiday with them. It can be more convenient to have your own transport at your destination plus there is no luggage allowance. However, many do not realise that some preparation is required when driving abroad, even in Europe.
Over half of all drivers in the UK fail to prepare for t...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
While most of us rely on credit cards on holiday some still place value in the traveller’s cheque. They are easy to buy and can be used in most places just like money. The big advantage is that if they are lost or stolen they are easily replaced as they have a unique serial number. Things may now be changing, how...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
Most of us work hard all year and save up for our well earned two week break with the family. There are lots of things to organise in a family holiday, making sure everyone has enough of the right kind of clothing, money, travel documents and insurance even arrangements for looking after pets have to be done before we ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
When viewing prospective new homes, many of us are shocked at the apparent taste of the current owners, but we are always able to look past the awful wallpaper to the true value of the house. However, it seems that we cannot live with the old decor for long and redecorating is one of the first things we do on moving in...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
Identity theft can be a distressing crime before its long-lasting effects are even considered. The mere thought that someone could be using your details to take money out of your account, apply for a passport or even commit crimes can be extremely concerning. However, cards can be cancelled, passports can be stopped an...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
The popularity of UK holidays rose this year thanks to the trouble-free, cheap getaways available on these shores.
Many of us remember the great seaside holidays of days gone by, complimented perfectly by the great British summer. Now many people are heading further abroad to warmer climates for their holiday getaway,...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
When the passport, sun cream and little black number have been packed in the suitcase, most holidaymakers' tick list is complete.
One other thing to be tucked safely away among the sarongs and shorts, however, is travel insurance documents.
The amount of Brits who forget to take out travel insurance before they go ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010
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