A day of relaxation and catch ups. I know I have said this over and over but this is truly one of the many reasons why we love long term travel...we don't have to rush out the door everyday to see everything we like to see at a new destination. We love down days where we can just do "boring" things.
An educational trip with an incredible guide. We learned a lot about the marine life in the Sydney Harbor and also found out that a lot of what you see in Finding Nemo is actually not a correct representation of the world under these waters.
When you're traveling with kids, you need to have a first aid kit at all times. You could go out and spend a lot of money on a kit from the store, but it most likely has a lot of things you don't really need to be lugging around on your travels, and it probably doesn't have all the things you actually will need. Instead, create your own first aid kid with just the essentials. Here are our suggestions on what is vital for any first aid kit for kids.
Are you planning an extended stay in Europe? Want to have a car, so you can make the most out of your stay? Do you hate dealing with car rental agencies trying to make you pay extra for every little thing? Would you like to not go broke in the process?
If the answer to those questions is YES, then by all means read this article!
For the month of July 2014, our family of four lived in a small cottage on a farm in Western Ireland. We were all surprised by just how much we loved this experience, and hope to inspire more families to travel here as well. Here is a list of 10 things you and your kids can look forward to with a visit to Western Ireland. While we stayed for a whole month, you can enjoy all of these experiences in a 1-2 week period.