Tours and Excursion

Sentosa Island – Singapore

The island where the fun never stops! I am still quite shocked, actually gobsmacked to think that before we came to Singapore for the first time back in February people said to us "ooh 10 days in Singapore is too long, you'll be bored" WRONG, Singapore and bored are not two words I would put… Continue reading Sentosa Island – Singapore

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Review: Mason Elephant Park and Lodge (Taro, Bali)

The good, the bad and the elephants..... When you are from the western world (U.K.) a huge animal lover and you come to an elephant park in Bali and see these animals tethered and offering elephant rides you are bound to feel a little concerned, BUT I would implore you to understand where these animals… Continue reading Review: Mason Elephant Park and Lodge (Taro, Bali)

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Bali – The first 10 days!

I guess with pretty much any travel experience there will always be a few things you wish you knew in advance and a few things you would do differently if you did it again. So far during our round the world travel experience there are actually very few major things I would have changed, I… Continue reading Bali – The first 10 days!

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PEARL HARBOR

Excursion review with Polynesian Adventure Tours I questioned for some time as to whether I should write a blog about our visit to Pearl Harbor because something didn't sit completely comfortably about 'enjoying' a trip to a place which had seen such tragedy and loss of life, but also nothing which I put down in… Continue reading PEARL HARBOR

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Review: Lanai snorkel and dolphin watch, with Pacific Whale Foundation – Maui

What can I say?? this excursion not only exceeded all expectations but fell nothing short of excellence from beginning to end. This particular trip with Pacific Whale Foundation was recommended to us by the concierge in our hotel at the Sugar Beach Resort, mainly because they have a 'kids go free' policy which made this… Continue reading Review: Lanai snorkel and dolphin watch, with Pacific Whale Foundation – Maui

Travel Reviews

San Francisco City Pass

The San Francisco CityPass is a fabulous way to save money and visit some of the areas top attractions in a short space of time, especially if you are travelling with children. The passes cost $94 (c. £72) for adults and $74 (c.£57) for children. Buying a citypass saves you approximately 43% on the cost… Continue reading San Francisco City Pass

Travel Reviews

Review of Holland America Lines transpacific cruise aboard MS Maasdam, Auckland to San Francisco.

ENRICHMENT BEYOND EXPECTATION It's funny how sometimes you set your expectations really high, only to be disappointed, whilst other times you can have fairly low expectations and find yourself completely blown away - well the latter was my experience of our most recent cruise aboard Holland America Line ship MS Maasdam. I chose this cruise… Continue reading Review of Holland America Lines transpacific cruise aboard MS Maasdam, Auckland to San Francisco.

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Tonga – The Friendly Islands

You don't have to be in Tonga many minutes to understand exactly why Captain Cook named these 'The Friendly Islands'. The welcome of the Tongan people is warm, genuine and loving from the moment you step foot on the land. Today our cruise ship docked in Nuku'Alofa, one of two Tongan islands we will visit… Continue reading Tonga – The Friendly Islands

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Rain, Rails and Rainforest

Excursion on the Kuranda Sky Rail.Once again the weather put a little bit of a dampener on our latest excursion, but not on our spirits. Yesterday were due to travel by train to the village of Kuranda and return on the sky rail. Having somewhat of a phobia of heights I was secretly hoping that… Continue reading Rain, Rails and Rainforest

Tours and Excursion, Travel Reviews

The Great Barrier Reef (Its not always how the travel brochures show it!)

There are many things we can control in life, unfortunately the weather is not one of them! Northern Australia was hit by a couple of bad cyclones last week and whilst we have never been directly in their path they have still left some strong winds and heavy rain in their wake. I have been… Continue reading The Great Barrier Reef (Its not always how the travel brochures show it!)