• First Half-term after Brexit

    The start of February always makes parents think about half-term, and this half-term might cause more concern as this is first school holiday since the UK left the EU. Here at I love meet and greet we have been monitoring the situation closely so we can understand how people’s travel might be affected. And we…   

  • Love is in the air

    With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away and the hope that we will start to feel a hint of spring in the air, February is one of the most romantic months of the year.  If you are looking to plan a couples holiday, a surprise for your partner or even a proposal, the world…   

  • Celebrate the Year of the Rat in Hong Kong

    The Chinese New Year starts on 25th January 2020 and seeing in the New Year in Hong Kong is a great way to enjoy a traditional occasion in a modern city. The Chinese Year is based on the lunar calendar and there is some debate about the exact times, so the celebrations tend to cover…   

  • Are you shocked by electric cars?

    Although the exact date is still disputed, the first electric car is thought to have appeared in the mid-19th century, then attention shifted to petrol-driven vehicles until the 1960s when a small revival of interest in electricity as fuel started the trend which we see gaining momentum today. Plug-in electric car registrations in the UK…   

  • Time for change

    This month we have to change our clocks. According to the UK Government: In the UK the clocks go back 1 hour at 2am on the last Sunday in October. When the clocks go back, the UK is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). So, we are changing from British Summer Time (BST) to GMT on…   

  • i love meet and greet outlines breakdown services

    What Breakdown Cover Do I Need?

    Cars break down.  Here at I Love meet and greet we have seen many vehicles which have failed to start and we have seen customers experience different levels of service from a range of operators. In this post we have outlined the different types of cover available and made some suggestions on points to consider…   

  • pack like a marine

    Pack like a Marine

    For military forces, packing efficiently is skill which needs to be quick and easy. They pack, unpack and then do it all again to perfect their techniques. It becomes second nature and we can all learn from their experience. The grunt roll does take a little practice but once mastered is a real space saver….   

  • travelling with children

    Take The Stress Out Of Travelling With Children

    Taking children on holiday can be a very exciting time but travelling and flying as a family can be quite a challenge. Busy airports and confined spaces like aircraft cabins can have the potential to stress us all out at one time or another, but a little preparation can make the whole experience of travelling…   

  • Last minute holidays

    Booking A Last-Minute Holiday

    Summer holidays are upon us and if you haven’t yet booked to go away, it’s not too late to book a spontaneous last-minute holiday. Whether you fancy lounging on a beach or something a little more adventurous there are usually some great late holidays deals to take advantage of and if you do have the…