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Monday, February 23, 2009

What To Do In Planning Family Trip

We, as a family usually spend our vacation by making trips to other cities within the Philippines. Family Trips is a way to make a family closer and stronger. My husband and I make it a point that during vacation from school, we spend it together with our daughter for us to have a family bonding and to enjoy every second away from the busy life we have, away from traffic, away from work and away from school! But before going to every vacation, we usually set our plan and itinerary. I usually prepare a checklist to help me get settled all the necessary things to pack. My husband also prepare and have our car check to avoid problems along the way. However, sometimes our checklist is lacking. I was so thankful when I came to know that Life 123 is giving answers or tips as to how to plan a vacation.

For a better way to spend family trips, Life 123 gave the following must-dos when planning a family trip:
  1. Make a list of what you really need to bring with you, then stick to it.

  2. Check the weather. You may not want to camp if the weather forecast says that it is going to rain six inches in a six-hour period with thunder and lightning.

  3. If driving the family car, have it checked over before you leave. Having a broken-down car in the middle of nowhere can dampen cheerful spirits.

  4. If flying, get to the airport early, particularly during a holiday period. It is always better to pad a little time into your schedule to go through security rather than miss your flight. Also, the rules of what you can and cannot carry onboard change rather frequently, so check ahead to make sure that you are not going to get into trouble or leave something at home that is no longer prohibited.

  5. Check the attractions that you are interested in visiting beforehand. Little Johnny and Susie might be a tad upset if you have been talking about going on "The Tower of Doom" at Six Flags Elitch Gardens in Denver, only to arrive and find that the ride is closed for scheduled maintenance or renovation.

Our checklist is somewhat similar to those enumerated above, but those enumerated are better! Those tips is great help for us all.

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