Category: Family Travel

Family Travel tips and ideas.  Honest reviews for travelling with kids.

Inspiration to travel with the family internationally, United States, Central America and South America.

Party Around the World this Summer

There are countless cities out there that offer an exciting nightlife. The world is filled with bars and clubs, but, as it happens with everything else, a few cities are known for being more popular and having better bars than … Continue reading

Walt Disney Food – Eating ‘Brave’ Style

Disney simply keeps on surprising you more and more. This goes for Walt Disney food. It’s not just the typical restaurant and pretzel stands. We found something that was the hit of the Walt Disney food frenzy – at least for … Continue reading

The Breakfast of Champions: Top Places for Breakfast in New York

New York City is famous for its breakfasts, and what better way to start your day than eating your most important meal in the Big Apple. From blueberry pancakes to bacon and crispy hash browns to eggs cooked however you … Continue reading

A Perfect Florida Vacation

Florida is an incredibly popular destination for travelers from all over the world. It has an amazing weather, natural attractions, big cities with a great nightlife and the most famous theme parks in the world. It is just heaven for … Continue reading

5 Great Spots for The Ultimate Asian Adventure

The East is known for its rich and colorful culture but that’s not all there is to the continent. It is also a haven for people with adventurous streaks because aside from being home to the tallest mountain and the … Continue reading

5 Reasons to Try the Difference Between Latin American and Indian Spas

I am a Spa lover, there are few things that are better than being pampered in a relaxing environment. It is also a very interesting thing to see how treatments vary in different places of the world. I’d like to … Continue reading

5 Reasons to Visit Amsterdam With Not so Small Kids

Amsterdam’s architecture is one reason travelers enjoy walking or biking through the streets of this Dutch city. From thin townhouses to sandstone monuments constructed for municipal government, since the 13th-century Amsterdam builders have created an attractive, walkable and livable city. … Continue reading

Horse Back Riding Lessons – Equestrian Style

Living in Guatemala and being an Expat has so many benefits it’s hard to keep track of them all. But one of the top ones by far is my son’s Horse Back Riding Lessons. Horse Back Riding Lessons in Guatemala: I … Continue reading

Fun for the Whole Family – 4 Places to Visit

When you are trying to please a range of ages at once, amusement parks are often the perfect choice. Families with children, teenagers and adults can all enjoy thrilling rides, fun games and fascinating performances at amusement parks, and there … Continue reading

Top 3 Places for Horseback Holidays

Keen equestrians or those looking to rekindle their love of horse riding might be surprised to hear that there are lots of fantastic holidays out there – in the UK and further afield – designed just for them. Whether you’re … Continue reading

Belize Food – Best Served at Street Food Stands

Belize, as of right now, is probably our favorite country. The beautiful weather, beaches, and people make it a place where I would consider moving to. However, the most fun we had was eating Local Belize Food at the tons … Continue reading

Best Last-Minute Budget Family Holidays in 2013

Times may be tough, but the last thing you want to cut out is the annual family holiday. While costs can easily multiply when you’re travelling with kids, last-minute bookings can save you a huge amount and still land you … Continue reading

Summer Splendour – Road Trips for the Whole Family

Whichever state you arrive in Australia, there is always an epic adventure that you can embark on. A road trip can be a great way to see some of the attractions and companies like Europcar Australia offer up affordable rates … Continue reading

Singapore Through Rose-Colored Glasses – Dare to Leave the American Continent

Find out what happens when culture and modernization collide. Singapore. What the heck is there to do in a country only three times larger than Washington D.C.? Well, the answer is, “Everything!” Couples, solo travelers and even families can have … Continue reading

Honduras Traditional Food – Baleadas Home Cooked

Eating at local food stands is so much fun. When my son and I took a mommy – son trip to Honduras Bay Islands, we found a great outdoor eatery on Utila and tried some serious Honduras Traditional Food. 2 … Continue reading

8 Secrets You’ll Learn During a Chocolate Making Workshop

Instead of material gifts for my birthday, I prefer experiences and memories. So when it was time for my celebration I decided to do a Chocolate making workshop with my boys. Guatemala is famous for it’s chocolate due to the … Continue reading

10 Top Caribbean Destinations You Can’t Afford to Miss

It is summer time and the weather is getting beaten down by raze of the Sun. It is time to run for cool and exotic cover to chill out by planning a family vacation. The Caribbean destinations, if you have … Continue reading

Pioneers of the Travel Blogosphere – Interview with Founders of Wild Junket

A series produced in association with P&O cruises Jeremy Head interviews: Nellie and Alberto from Wild Junket Travel blogging is moving mainstream – fast. Forget the weekend travel supplements, its bloggers who could well be the future of travel journalism. … Continue reading

Ayia Napa Holidays for the Family

For some, Ayia Napa is the Benidorm of Southern Europe – a nowheresville strip of bars and nightclubs where party-going Britons in their 20s and 30s dance all night and sleep all morning, waking to a pint of London Pride … Continue reading

5 Ways to Have a Great and Affordable Family Vacation in the UK

Looking for a cool and affordable place to visit with your family? Have you considered the United Kingdom? Yes, the UK! This is an incredibly popular destination for travelers and is also known for a quite expensive place to visit. … Continue reading

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