Travel companions to avoid

Posted Date: 08 March 2017
Travel companions

Ever had a holiday ruined by a careless travel companion? Whether it’s the friend who won’t try new things or the perpetual latecomer, there are some travel buddies who should be avoided. Here’s our top tips on what to do.

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