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101 Things to Do When You Survive: Down Under Update

Posted on March 20, 2015 by Sarah Page

At the end of last year, we caught up with Greig Trout on his second leg of travels fulfilling his 101 Things To Do When You Survive anti-bucket list. Insurancewith have been sponsoring him since he started travelling to fulfil this list in 2013. Since the end of last year though he’s been on a few more adventures – this time around New Zealand, so we thought we’d catch up with him again. Read more

Rip Off Britain: Holidays

Posted on January 08, 2015 by Sarah Page

This week’s Rip Off Britain programme focused on holidays, and featured a piece about people having to pay two or three times more for travel insurance for illnesses that are firmly in the past – something which can often restrict your travel plans. We’re really proud that Insurancewith were featured as a realistic alternative for people looking for an affordable travel insurance policy which covers their medical condition. Read more

Most spectacular destinations to see in the New Year

Posted on December 31, 2014 by Sarah Page

Deciding where to spend the last hours of 2014 can be daunting, especially with so many great locations, parties and festivals to ring in 2015, so we’ve created a shortlist of our favourite places to ring in the New Year. Read more

Photo courtesy of Greig Trout

Greig’s Australian Adventure

Posted on December 17, 2014 by Sarah Page

We posted a blog last month picking up where we left off with Greig Trout, a double cancer survivor who we sponsor whilst he fulfils his ‘101 Things To Do When You Survive’ anti-bucket list. Travelling round the world, Greig often checks in on his Facebook, Twitter and blog pages so his followers know where he is, what he’s been up to and how much of the list he’s managed to tick off! Read more

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FACT Care Awards

Posted on December 01, 2014 by Sarah Page

Last month I made my way to Newcastle to visit our friends at FACT (Fighting All Cancers Together). We are big supporters of theirs and share several of their core values. I regularly visit their centre in Newcastle to give travel insurance advice to people with cancer – it can be difficult and expensive to buy travel insurance after a cancer diagnosis and it doesn’t have to be. Read more

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