A trip to Møn would not be complete without a visit to Møns Klint. These white chalk cliffs are one of the highest points of Denmark, with a 120 m drop to the beach below and they are stunning. When you arrive at the site, you are greeted with the Geocentre where you can learn about the cliffs, their formation and also … Read More
It happened a while ago, but I thought people would still find it interesting, so here’s my contribution to Throwback Thursday: a brief rundown of our trip to ‘Margs.’ While in Western Australia we took a 3-hour road trip from Perth to Margaret River to spend some family time in the sunshine and great outdoors. The photo mosaic reflects pretty … Read More
It’s difficult to write about Kings Park without sounding like a brochure: Magnificent views, extraordinary plants, amazing gardens, fantastic playgrounds. It’s all true. Instead I’ve collected a few photos from our visit for you to peruse. This is only some of what we saw. The park also has it’s own, very thorough, website here, that I definitely recommend taking a … Read More
I spent some formative years in Perth, Western Australia and recently returned for a visit with the family in tow. Here are five tips for a more enjoyable stay in the beautiful city.
Not so long ago we took a two week holiday to the tropics taking carry on luggage only. Mainly because I am obsessed with the concept, but also because of the obvious benefits. At the time our children were 3 and 5 years old. Here are five tips if you’d like to do the same. Like so much in life, … Read More
After starting my mini travel series I have discovered all kinds of great blogs about traveling with children. There is one post that I have particularly enjoyed called “Five Ways to Usher Small Children Through an Airport Without Losing or Killing Anyone.” In it Bronwyn mentions how handy the trunki can be (I’ve reviewed it here) and gives a humourous … Read More
Here’s the second post in my travel series. It’s about reducing the stressful feelings that can happen when travelling, especially when travelling with children.
My local library had a little display of travel books on my last visit that got me to thinking that many people are beginning to plan their Christmas and Summer travel. So I thought I’d begin a bit of a series I’ve been planning about travel, mainly travel with kids. Here’s the first post.