• Posts Tagged ‘travel health’

    Madrid – Visitors Welcome

    by  • June 30, 2017 • Europe • 0 Comments

    Madrid is an easy city to enjoy.  It has a low-stress vibe, great food, reasonably priced hotels and excellent public transport. Madrid Barajas Airport is well connected to the city centre.  The Express Aeropuerto bus runs throughout the day and night, there is a regional train service (Cercanias), plus the Metro. I arrived very...

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    Aberdeen Airport, travel with ‘No Frills’

    by  • September 5, 2016 • Aberdeen, Airports • 0 Comments

    Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934, and the passenger numbers and routes have for many years, mostly served business travel for the oil and gas industry with the later addition of tourist destinations. The airport complex includes the main domestic/international terminal, plus terminals for fixed wing and helicopters servicing the offshore oil platforms. In April...

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    Three top reasons to stay on track throughout the holiday season

    by  • December 14, 2015 • Festive business travel, Fitness, Snacks, Travel stress • 0 Comments

    For many of you now is the time of year when you’re most likely to put any concerns about your health and fitness to one side and dive headfirst into the Christmas chocolates, fruit mince pies, cashews, crisps, wine or whatever your thing is.  Couple that with the general lull in energy levels and vitality...

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    6 easy ways to avoid dehydration when travelling on business

    by  • April 14, 2015 • Hydration, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Snacks • 0 Comments

    When travelling on business it is essential to avoid dehydration if you want to be at your most effective. Travelling can interrupt your usual daily routine, making it less likely that you will consume the same quantities of fluids and eat the same foods as you would normally when in the office or at home....

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    How to reduce the effects of jet lag prior to travelling

    by  • February 4, 2015 • Airports, Birmingham International airport, City of London, Hotel reviews, Jet lag, Manchester Airport, Melbourne, Travel stress • 1 Comment

    Jet lag is often considered to be a hazard of the job when you travel internationally on business.  Yet there are several methods which you can use to reduce the effects of jet lag.  So let’s begin with exploring simple, proven techniques that an international business traveller can implement before they commence their business...

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    Manchester Airport provides at least one hope

    by  • June 19, 2014 • England, Europe, Healthy Meals, Manchester Airport • 0 Comments

    Walking into Terminal One at Manchester Airport is a little daunting. Not least, finding that most of the cafes and restaurants are actually in the departure lounge so somewhere for a quick meeting on the landside is slightly problematic, also the ceiling on the ground floor entrance of terminal 1 is extremely low. Now what...

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