This is a page of travel related links, which now includes links to health and safety and other related topics. 
Over the life of this site I have been requested to add links to other travel related web sites and other web sites and have obliged in a number of cases. 
Unfortunately, these site have not invited me to evaluate the services they offer first hand, but I have listed them in good faith and cannot accept any responsibility if they do not perform as expected. 
If you feel that a link should not be listed here, please contact me using the address on the About page and I will investigate.

This page was getting quite large and sometimes taking time to load so has been split into two new pages, those related directly to travelling and those more related to health and safety.

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Travel Related Links   Links Related Directly to Travelling
Health and safety while travelling  

Links Related to Health and Safety while Travelling and Other Topics

Accommodation Links  

Accommodation Links
Links to accommodation in England (Cornwall, Devon and London), Wales, Australia (Melbourne and Hobart), Spain (Madrid and Malaga), Thailand and the USA (New Orleans).

Transport Links   Transport Related Links
Links to transport related sites such as Car Hire, Flights and parking.

Volunteer 4 Africa   Volunteer Opportunities in East Africa
If you are interested in volunteering and making a real difference next time you travel then you should visit these website first.
MANDO is a young, rapidly growing non-profit NGO addressing huge challenges in the southern Rift Valley of Kenya.
The Simien Mountains Mobile Medical Service delivers essential medical care at no cost to remote villages in the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia.  
The School of St Jude, Arusha, Tanzania – “Fighting Poverty Through Education”
First Choice   First Choice
The Home of All Inclusive Holidays
Travel Compare Insurance - Travel Insurance & Disabilities Guide   A Definitive Guide To Travelling With Disabilities
Holidaying with a disability can come with some challenges, but it shouldn’t stop you from exploring and seeing the sites, it might just take a little bit of extra planning to get you there.
Ideally, travelling with your two-wheeled wagon should be happy and hassle free, but anyone who’s ever gone long haul will know that travel tranquillity can quickly turn to madness and mayhem.
Before you call time-out on your grand plans, take a pause and read this guide.
Guide to Child Car Seats - The Law - Direct Line   Guide to Child Car Seats – The Law
Knowledge https://www.directline.com/car-cover/child-seat-lawsof child car seats is essential for any parent or guardian.
They’re a safety requirement for newborns and children up to 11 years old, or those of a certain height, yet many underestimate the risks and penalties of breaking this law.
This guide addresses car seat rules and common misconceptions in the UK, providing a one-stop-shop for all parents looking for more information.
British Exploring Society   British Exploring Society
The British Exploring Society came into existence in 1932 from an educational idea by Commander George Murray Levick RN, a member of Captain Scott’s final Antarctic expedition of 1911 to 1912. 
Their aim is: “To provide young people with an intense and lasting experience of self-discovery in a demanding and natural wilderness environment”.  
Exploration is the key element of such an expedition, but the British Exploring Society expeditions also involve the Young Explorers in scientific activities. 
360hugh.co.uk  

www.360hugh.co.uk
Visit Hugh’s world of panoramas …
A site that is being developed to relate specifically to panoramic photography to show the potential of this media and how it is able to convey much more than words or single images.
If a picture is worth a thousand words then a panorama must be worth ten thousand, especially a 360° (or spherical) panorama where you can look all around and in any direction you wish to.

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