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Going diving on Holiday, Vacation & Weekend

A look at some of things you should look for if thinking of taking up the diving experience on holiday.

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Many people decide to take their first plunge into diving on Holidays probably mainly down to the cool blue sea looks extremely inviting and that the holiday rep has been plugging the Diving Experience as on the holidays top day’s out.

I find that the first experience I had of one of these trips to be fairly dangerous and not what I would like to recommend to a fellow novice or beginner.

The main problem is people not knowing the information you should be aware of before attempting an experience like this.

Now that I’m a very experienced diver I can give thoughts back to what makes those holiday dives a bit of a potential dangerous experience.

The first thing you should look for is that its a proper run dive school most places will be one quite surprised that you are going to ask these questions but should also be glad that you are taking an interest in your safety.

The Diving instructors and Dive masters should be willing to show their log books showing their dive experiences also their individual training record as this proves quality in the diving school personnel.

The last time I was out in Egypt I made it my point to get as much information from the Dive school I was intending to be with up front.

Your first concern is safety and the things you need to look for are can I inspect the certificates for the Service on regulators and cylinders, check the quality of the equipment BCD’s ask about the importance of having 02 and the oxygen trained personnel.

In Diving accidents and cases of the bends the importance of being able to administer 02 quickly by trained personnel can dramatically increase your chances of good recovery.

For a long time I was not aware of this doing dives on holidays your life is very precious all good dive schools will have 02 on board and suitably trained people never go diving without this.

It’s important that you understand the need to check the equipment before pool sessions on holidays making sure that there is a good 0 ring present in the cylinder valve and it’s the right type i.e. for Air however nitrox divers should already be trained to do this.

When doing the pool sessions I often identify myself as a Divemaster and help out to make sure that the cylinders are attached to the BCD’s at the correct height to avoid the valve on the cylinder connecting with your head and to fasten it tight enough not to slip from the BCD.

Diving on holidays is often taken as a bit of a slack process and quite often its needs that little bit of tightening up on procedures because we all want to dive safely and enjoy the experience.

I found that on the first dive I ever did it was not explained to me that there is a purge button on the front of the regulator and due to my in experience I had to swallow some sea water.

This would have been alleviated if I had known I could expel the water by pressing the front of the regulator. This would have been a more safe experience for me instead it scared me into finding out about proper dive training.

My training was done in pools and very cold quarries and parts of the docks at the Mersey so not exactly blue sea conditions but very good as I feel confident in being able to perform rescue activities and diver first aid.

This can be the difference in being able to make a recovery from the depths. When doing a diving experience on holiday consider your safety as the top priority and ask questions and get a good understanding of equipment and peoples training before putting your life in their hands.

 

Holidays On Horseback

Whether you are a thrill-seeking daredevil or a committed “Happy Hacker”, there is sure to be a riding holiday to suit you .

The choice of country and terrain is enormous and you can opt for a blissful week of escape from the family in beautiful and unspoilt surroundings. Alternatively, make it a family treat – even if some of the clan are totally non-horsey.

The first thing to consider with any riding holiday is your true level of riding ability and stamina. A weekend...

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Whether you are a thrill-seeking daredevil or a committed “Happy Hacker”, there is sure to be a riding holiday to suit you .

The choice of country and terrain is enormous and you can opt for a blissful week of escape from the family in beautiful and unspoilt surroundings. Alternatively, make it a family treat – even if some of the clan are totally non-horsey.

The first thing to consider with any riding holiday is your true level of riding ability and stamina. A weekend-only novice will be neither safe nor happy on a mad three day gallop across Botswana. Similarly, a week trekking with beginners at walk will not appeal to experienced jockeys. The large number of riding holiday providers generally accept the following as sensible summaries of riding ability;-

Beginner: A rider with very limited experience, is unable to mount and dismount unassisted, and unable to post to the trot or canter.

Novice: A rider who has some riding experience, is able to mount and dismount unassisted, is in control of a well-behaved horse and confident for short periods of rising trot and canter.

Intermediate: A rider with all of the novice skills, has a firm seat, is comfortable at all paces and capable of riding for several hours at a time. The intermediate rider is also able to tack up a horse if required.

Experienced: A competent and regular rider who is capable of adapting to different horses in different environments. An experienced rider has soft hands and is able to control a spirited horse in open country.

Other points to consider.

Weight Limit

Some riding trips have a weight limit which generally appears to be approximately 95 kilos (around 15 stones). In most cases you will be provided with a bigger horse and in some instances there will be a surcharge but it is always wise to contact your holiday provider as there may be a limited number of horses available for guests exceeding this weight level.

Children

Depending on the trip, children may join the ride. Discounts may be available in some cases. It is definitely worth checking even if the kids are staunchly anti-Equestrian as many of the holiday providers can accommodate non-riding guests.

Insurance

This is an absolute must for any holiday and should be an important consideration in booking your trip.

Preparing for your Holiday, Vacation & Weekend

Once you have determined the riding experience, age and ability of the group members, you can go ahead and book your holiday. Whether you are experienced riders or not, you are still likely to be spending considerably longer than usual in the saddle on a daily basis so expect some aches and pains!

Many repeat riding holiday enthusiasts go on several short riding weekends prior to a longer holiday so that they can really get the best out of the experience on every level.

With riding holidays available in England, Scotland Wales and Ireland, we have plenty of choice on our doorsteps but there is a huge choice of trips in France, USA, and even Africa and Asia. The choice is yours….

 

How To Have A Busy Blog During The Holidays

You've got your business blog going and people seem to like it. The traffic, comments and sign-ups to your newsletter are growing and you've put in a lot of work to get it this successful. Now that the holidays are upon us you'll likely have little time to keep your blog up to date, especially if you sell consumer products. You do know that you want to keep this great thing going though. Besides, it's the long term marketing that will help you over the slower periods of the y...

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You've got your business blog going and people seem to like it. The traffic, comments and sign-ups to your newsletter are growing and you've put in a lot of work to get it this successful. Now that the holidays are upon us you'll likely have little time to keep your blog up to date, especially if you sell consumer products. You do know that you want to keep this great thing going though. Besides, it's the long term marketing that will help you over the slower periods of the year. What can you do?

Try pre-scheduling your posts. This is the single most effective method. Do this over the rest of the year to save time when you need a break or are too busy. You can do this by using your blog's scheduled post feature or you could blog by email and set your email client to only send the mail at a pre-set date and time. If you're using Outlook, there are plugins you can purchase to help you send scheduled emails.

Something else you could do is invite some guest bloggers. You can hire someone. Many times people are more than happy to blog on sites for an affordable fee. You could also invite owners of related businesses to post. This is a great idea because you may not need to pay out any cash and you can return the favor when they get busy. Guest writers are a good way to get some time away from your blog, allow you to concentrate on holiday sales and a wonderful way to introduce a fresh perspective.

Here's another idea. Have an assistant post some holiday articles related to your business for you. Articles about the holidays that people find useful such as shopping and budget tips, recipes and etiquette do very nicely. More affordable and enjoyable holidays are something everyone can use to hear about. If your assistant can add information to relate those articles with your product, the better. With that holiday feel in the air, you may be surprised to see how much traffic you end up getting. Possibly more than normal.

If you post tips, make sure they're not all at once. Publish some quick, interesting tips over a period of days or even weeks. Tell people they are reading on of a series of tips on “X” topic. This gives your prospects reason to return and you something to blog about on a regular basis.

Try audio. Speaking comes more naturally to us than writing and it also requires less effort and time to make a post. Record a short under 5 minute clip about what's happening during the busy holiday period. Tell people about your sales, share how you helped a customer out of his holiday shopping dilemma. There are many tools you can use for a small cost such as AudioAcrobat and HipCast. You can record it and have it posted to your blog immediately.

There's no need to abandon your blog at this very busy time of the year. By using the advice in this article you will ensure your blog isn't neglected as you continue to build relationships with your prospects though posting.




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