24 Hours In London with a Baby

I can’t be everywhere and I am often green with envy as my girlfriends pack their bags and head off to enjoy the wonders of the world. My lovely friend Amy, was recently in London with her youngest, leaving the two older girls at home. It’s not easy travelling with bub and travelling alone is…

From the Ocean to the Silver City

I had been planning a trip to Phuket these holidays and then with a passport taking longer than expected we opted for a trip to Adelaide. My dear girlfriend lives there and we have chosen a road trip to the Flinders Ranges. Which is great. I have always wanted to go but the alternative was…

Top Disneyland Tips for young children.

I shared my friend’s story of her visit to Disneyland with the ins and outs. Click here to read about her story. These ‘pearls of wisdom’ or top pieces of advice, needed to be weeded out from her story to a blog of their own. The information was too valuable to be lost. Be sure to read…

Disneyland really is the happiest place on earth.

Disneyland really is the happiest place on earth and this story is proof of its magic and why so many people visit each year.  I knew my friend Michelle had been to Disney many times (Facebook helps that way) and I reached out for some advice prior to our trip later in the year. She has been…

Tangalooma Resort Dolphin Feeding with the Children

Off the coast of the Port of Brisbane is Moreton Island, home to Tangalooma Resort. The island is the traditional home of the Ngugi tribe. Evidence shows Aboriginals lived on the island for 2000 years. The island is 58 kilometres from Brisbane, roughly a 75 minutes ferry trip.   I left the island disappointed. Here is…

Sydney – Royal Easter Show

  The Royal Easter Show is the largest event held in Australia. It is where the country meets the city. I have been around shows throughout my childhood and have a deep understanding of what the aim is. However, this view is historical and the need to come into the present century has lost some…

Australia in two weeks

So you have two weeks and you’re coming to Australia? Where should you go and what should you see? Contiki Europe offer a 12 or 14 day highlight tour. The equivalent in the USA doesn’t exist as the country is broken into east, west and south because the size is just too much to see…

Australia – the real information visitors need.

  For many visitors there is a whole list of things that they don’t know, they didn’t consider or they failed to remember when they did read it. Having had a number of Europeans to stay with us I have now managed to compile a list of what you need to know before visiting Australia…