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As a parent you may want every holiday to be a new adventure – but your kids almost certainly do not, according a one of Britain’s leading child psychologists.
“Consistency is all when they’re small," says Oliver James. “In holidays as in every other respect.”
Earlier this year family adventures like horse-riding in Andalusía and climbing Mount Vesuvius were tipped to be among the biggest travel trends of the summer.
But are they really what children want, or indeed, need? Dr James argues for exactly the opposite approach to family holidays.