Tip #2: Plan when and how long to travel
My flights were on a Monday which is one of my scheduled days off work. This meant I didn’t have to worry about doing any work before or after travelling on that day or missing any meetings if we encountered a delay.
We arrived at 10am so I had nearly a full day to enjoy the sun, some nice food and a couple of drinks before logging in the next morning.
We were away for 3 weeks, www.gov.uk confirms you can work abroad but still be classed as a UK resident for tax purposes so long as you are in the UK more than 183 days a year.
You should also check that your Home and Travel Insurance will cover the length of your stay.
Tip #3: Have the tools to do your job
I took my laptop, charger, keyboard, mouse and headset in my hand luggage. Ensuring nothing would go missing and I had the equipment I needed to do my job.
I stayed in a private apartment with lots of indoor and outdoor space. This was a must as I was travelling with my 2 year old son, my parents (aka the babysitters) and my husband also came out for 10 nights in the middle of the trip.
A good wifi connection is essential in my role, and I tested this as soon as I arrived.