Thailand's raining season is pretty immense, from all day downpours to insane night storms it's an experience you have to see for yourself. It's hot, it's humid and it's super wet! However, with all that rain comes the threat of floods. Having lived through some of the worst floods modern Thailand has ever seen whilst … Continue reading Thailand: Living in a flood disaster zone
The Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia is one of the Countries most iconic road trip's and renowned for it's popular tourist attractions such as the limestone stacks of the Twelve Apostles and the London Arch, popular surf towns and scenic views. The meandering roads cutting through cliffs and hugging the coastline make up the 250km … Continue reading Welcome to Tropical North Queensland’s Great Ocean Road.
If you have chosen Port Douglas as a holiday escape with your family then you will be pleased to know that Port Douglas does 'family friendly' very well. As with many towns outside of the major cities under 18's are permitted in most food and drink establishments til as late as 10-11pm, great news for … Continue reading Port Douglas: Five Family Friendly Restaurants That Are Extra Fun!
It's well known that being a single mum is tough and we often hear of the struggles these hard working women face but a lot of them will admit they rely on the support from their family and friends to help them raise their child, as do couples with children. I recently read a post by Constance … Continue reading An Expat Mum Without Her ‘Village’.
The thought of traveling with a baby can often put a lot of people off. There are the worries about disrupting routines, the stress and uncertainty about what baby essentials will be available for you at the arrival destination or what you need to bring with you and not to mention the anxiety about how well … Continue reading Baby Travel ‘Must Have’ Items – Tried and Tested.
The anticipation of flying (long-haul especially) with a baby can be daunting! Before my recent trip from Australia to the UK i was full of questions and considerations and was pretty terrified i was going to be scowled at by the passengers and remembered as THAT mum with THAT baby. Let's face it, we've all … Continue reading Flying long-haul with a baby – Your questions answered.
Parents are full of advice for first time mum’s and feel it’s their duty to try and prepare you for what lies ahead. People quite often joked that my life as I knew it was over. Whilst my rational mind knew that wasn’t the case and things would just be different, it was the first few … Continue reading The life with a newborn I wasn’t prepared for….