How To Keep Kids Entertained During Travel

Travelling with kids can be challenging. They are restless, and require constant attention and entertainment. Therefore, parents must be well equipped with different gadgets and games in order to amuse their children. Tablets, cameras, smart phones and many other electronic devices are often used as a means of entertainment. However, for those parents who are not…

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Darling Downs Zoo

We have always loved having animal encounters, so we have been to most of the zoos and animal sanctuaries within a couple of hours of home. In most cases, we have been several times, because seeing such beautiful creatures up close is always amazing. These days we get to see that joy through the eyes…

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3 Day Hobart Itinerary

If you are looking for a capital city with a small town appeal, Hobart in Tasmania is one of our favourite choices. Much smaller than some of Australia’s more populated capital cities such as Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. We adored our time in Hobart and fit in as much as we could during our 3…

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Top 10 Posts of 2015

The new year is only hours from arrival… depending on where in the world you are and with a new year comes the opportunity for new adventures. We have some exciting travels planned in 2016, which we cannot wait to share with you all along the way. But for now, we are reflecting back on…

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White Christmas in Zakopane

While a white Christmas is very much the way things are year after year for many countries, here in Australia it is all sunshine and sometimes very hot weather. We are more likely to be swimming in the pool or at the beach than having snowball fights, so like many fellow Aussies, we always dreamed…

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Hanoi Sheraton Hotel

Last year one of the must do Vietnam experiences we wanted to have was cruising Halong Bay. Even though were were travelling with a 14 month old toddler, we were determined not to miss this natural wonder during our Vietnam holiday. For this reason, we spent 2 nights in Hanoi – one night on either…

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The Workshops Rail Museum

We have lived in our area for quite a few years now. In fact, both of us grew up within around half hour of where we are living now, with the exception of me spending my first 5 years interstate in Victoria before my family moved to Queensland back in the late 1980s. While our current…

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Saigon Street Eats Tour

Vietnam is famous for their amazing street food and distinct flavours, so when planning our trip to Vietnam last year, we knew it was essential we did some type of foodie tour during our stay, aside from the Vietnamese cooking class in Hoi An we did later in our trip.. Pretty early on in our…

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