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It seems like only yesterday that the kids went back to school after the summer holidays yet half term is already nearly upon us.For many families, this will mean a trip abroad in search of the kind of sunny weather that has long deserted these shores.
Official figures have just revealed that UK tourists spend more than £50 billion on holidays abroad over the course of a year, with air fares taking up the bulk of the cost (£16.4 billion), followed by food and beverage services, and accommodation - worth £5.6 billion each.
A foreign trip can be an expensive excursion, but there are a number of ways in which you could get the cost of your holidays down and make life much easier for yourself too.
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