My mum travelled to Greece for my wedding in October last year. She was accompanied on the journey by David, her gentleman friend (she's 81 & he's 82 so I don't use the term boyfriend!)plus other friends of mine, so I knew she was well looked after on the trip. However, it was a very long day's travelling, starting at 4 am being picked up by taxi from home, half an hour to the airport, waiting around for the flight, then a four-hour flight, a bus ride to the port, more waiting around, then one hour on the ferry to the island. She was fine when she arrived and thrilled to be there but it had obviously taken it out of her and the next two days she was not so well. Even I am tired out making that journey but I could see my mum had additional issues with the AD in that she was quite disorientated and confused, even with me around most of the time, and she was off her food and feeling nauseous etc. Luckily she recovered fully for the day of the wedding and enjoyed the rest of her stay. In June she is going to Israel for two weeks with David and I wondered if anyone had any tips or practical advice that I could give to David, or anything I can do myself before she goes, to try and make the travelling experience easier for her, and try and ensure she enjoys her holiday to the full?