We have been busy over the last few months working with think tank the Future Foundations to produce a report on the future of free time. Amongst other key findings, the report explores how the traditional ‘two weeks in the sun’ holiday will evolve over the next two decades as Brits look to escape to technological ‘black holes’, explore newly created countries, and indulge themselves with ‘vanity travel’ . These are just some of the ways in which how we travel and spend our free time will change by 2030 according to our report.
From taking dare devil helicopter trips, to the increase in grandparents enjoying cosmetic surgery travel, the report is truly fascinating.
We would love to hear your comments about what you think – will you be enjoying a cosmetic surgery holiday in 20 years time?
Here’s our lifestyle director Mark Bower and Judith from the Future Foundation discussing the report: