Hi - my neighbour (over 75) is contemplating a trip to Australia and was asking me about travel insurance. For ages I had on my notice board a newspaper cutting concerning particularly good company which specialises in such things, but, Sod's Law being what it is, I threw it away during the last tidy up.
I know it wasn't Saga, as I've checked their rates before for someone else. Googling bring up loads, but does anyone have any personal knowledge? I'm sure it was one of the less well-known companies, but it got an excellent write up in whatever the article was.
Bapou. Glad I just read your little bit about Lloyd's bank and its free insurance for people who have £2000 in credit. Because I have always used that too. Unfortunately as I have now turned 80 years of age I shall have to go and check up on it. No point in me keeping that amount in a current account for nothing. Does the same thing apply to their free membership of the AA?