Planning a trip to Fiji? We recently just returned from our fourth trip to Fiji. Yes, it's fair to say we are in love with the place! So, we thought we would share some insights and tips to help fellow travellers who may not have been to this amazing country (yet) to plan and enjoy … Continue reading Top 10 Tips for planning and holidaying in Fiji
Did you know there are Kids Clubs in Australia and that you don’t need to go to overseas or to a Club Med to get that resort style holiday with buffet breakfasts, kids clubs and nanny services? Recently, I started thinking about what we would do for Christmas this year. With our family scattered along … Continue reading 12 of the Best Family Friendly Accommodation Options in Queensland
Travelling with kids can be challenging, but it can also be a lot of fun. I find the more prepared I am the smoother things run. Recently we flew to Bali for a month long trip with our two kiddlets (4yrs & 7yrs old). I thought it was only fitting I share with you the … Continue reading Travelling with Kids: You need to pack these 14 essentials
Tips and review of our recent family getaway to Yamba, NSW staying at the Blue Dolphin Resort.
They don't call it Paradise Resort for Nothing... water park, kids club, ice skating, rock climbing, an adults zone, cocktails… Want to see what we recently go up to...
Moving to Bali? Things to know when planning a Bali reconnaissance trip. We cover what you need to know about passports, vaccinations, visas and of course where to stay... After our initial planning we decided the next step for us was to do a reconnaissance trip. I had some preconceived ideas about Bali, some positive … Continue reading Moving to Bali – Reconnaissance Trip
Moving house has never fazed me and neither has moving interstate. So when the opportunity came up to move to Bali I was mindful to see if that would be pushing any of my boundaries. We are still in the planning stage and there is a lot to learn and consider, but it’s hasn’t seemed … Continue reading Moving to Bali – Initial Planning
Does anyone else think that birthdays are overrated? I’ve been thinking, trying to remember at what point in my life birthdays changed from being one of the best days of the year to one of the worst. Today, like any other birthday (at least for a while now) started abruptly. I knew within the first … Continue reading The Dreaded Birthday
How many types of schooling do you know of? Public, Private and Catholic, beyond that, Montessori, Steiner... homeschooling and unschooling. What about Worldschooling?
5 things to do when starting to plan your road trip around Australia with Kids in Tow