So it seems flights and hotels aren’t your only considerations when you decide to be awesome aunties and take your niece abroad.
No sooner had we received our confirmation emails than the magnitude of what we were taking on hit home.
By ourselves we would have been happy to play fast and loose with travel insurance, pack light, explore all day on foot and eat when we found something we fancied. It doesn’t seem enough when you have a dote.
So first up we both responsibly applied for the EHIC (European Health Insurance Card). It’s free to apply and gives you access to state healthcare services throughout Europe at a reduced cost or sometimes even for free. In Denmark’s case – for free. Eims’ card may have come back with an error but even that was easily fixed with a quick call to the NHS. D-Daddy is applying for his, and on his he can add a child. Peace of mind for free. Continue reading