I have already discovered during my various trips to the U.S.A. over the years that some of the most beautiful places are the ones your have never heard of. The rural towns and villages are where you see ‘real life’ away from the typical tourist attractions and cities. Often I have only come to discover… Continue reading Sydney – Visit the places which you’ve never heard of….
Guest Blog information from http://www.education.com I am happy to welcome any guest blogs which may be of interest to readers & relate to either travel and/or world schooling. As a world schooler who is always on the look out for new and enjoyable learning resources for my 7 yr old son I was delighted to… Continue reading Education Resources for World Schoolers
I know, I know, it doesn't sound that exciting does it?? but Cameron quite firmly pointed out to me yesterday "you choose what we get to do everyday and I never get to choose". He was pretty much right! Although I do try to think of things which I hope he will enjoy and engage… Continue reading We went to the cinema!!!!
I read in another blog recently the author questioning why so many travellers head to Thailand and Bali but seem to miss out Malaysia? I have not yet been to Thailand or Bali as this is is our first stop in South East Asia, but it most certainly wont be my last. Malaysia most certainly… Continue reading Malaysia – A Hidden Gem
I sat beside the pool of our Kuala Lumpur hotel couple of days ago basking in the sunshine and thought to myself "ahhh finally I am living the dream" . Yet on reflection I found myself asking the question "well what actually is THE dream?" Possibly like many people, I always imagined that living the… Continue reading Living the dream!
I hope that wherever your journeys may take you, that you still remember where your roots are and that those wings will always guide you safely home.
Jet lagged in Kuala Lumpur! Don't worry I won't be writing blogs every day - but the big adventure has begun......YAAAAY!! So many people have been saying what a long month January has been and certainly for me it seems to have dragged on forever. There was just so much to do with turning around… Continue reading Day 1 of World Tour
Being the daughter of a nurse there were many years in my life when I never questioned vaccinations, be it travel ot childhood immunisations. Certainly when I was a child we were always marched off to the doctors by my Mum when ours were due and had all the routine teenage ones at school. To… Continue reading Travel Vaccinations – do you or don’t you?
Chicago - Memphis - New Orleans via Amtrak and 7 night Caribbean Cruise from New Orleans on Carnival Dream. As this trip draws towards a close it is hard to believe that we have packed so much into just two weeks. It has been both exhilarating and exhausting at the same time (remembering that I… Continue reading Review of Iglu Cruises ‘Rail and Sail’
Having a 21 yr old and a 7 yr old means that I have over the years been to all sorts of Christmas & Santa experiences. I have even taken the kids to Lapland (Artic Circle, Finland) to see Santa 3 times at 3 different resorts. This Polar Express train ride however beat absolutely every… Continue reading The Polar Express – New Orleans.