Snapshot Story Sunday 1

Welcome to the first SNAPSHOT STORY SUNDAY link up. Every travel snapshot has a story to tell and sometimes those stories get lost until you flip back through a photo album or digital folder full of your travel snapshots. Or worse… lost forever because you simply never shared them! Every travel snapshot has a story to…

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10 Things To Do in Zakopane With Kids

Back in December 2008, we had our first white Christmas and it was magical. Being from Australia, Christmas has always been about hot weather, cold food and swimming pools rather than the reverse, so the very thought of Christmas with snow was exciting. And we were were lucky enough to experience this in the perfect destination…

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A Visit to Port Arthur Historic Site

Back in 2012 we holidayed in Tasmania for the first time, spending 8 days travelling from top to bottom and seeing some of the main attractions. One of the places we knew we wanted to see when booking Tasmania was the Port Arthur Historic Site. Port Arthur Historic Site is situated approximately 90 minutes from Hobart,…

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5 Benefits of Babywearing While Travelling

Being from a country like Australia, we are lucky enough that most places have well-maintained footpaths and roads, therefore the use of a pram or stroller is an easy option when out and about with a baby or toddler. However, many countries are without this luxury for various reasons. This is just one of the…

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The Elegance of Schonbrunn Palace

When travelling through Austria’s capital city Vienna, one attraction well worth a visit is the stunning Schonbrunn Palace. With a name meaning ‘beautiful spring’, Schonbrunn Palace more than lives up to this name with the perfectly manicured gardens surrounding the striking and massive building consisting of an impressive 1,441 rooms. We were lucky enough to visit Schonbrunn…

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3 Things to do in Brisbane’s Western Suburbs

While world travel is an experience that cannot be rivalled, not all of us can pack up and trip around the world full time. Luckily there is plenty of adventure to be found close to home and for us, close to home happens to be the western suburbs of Brisbane, around Ipswich. Brisbane’s western suburbs are…

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A Vietnamese Cooking Class in Hoi An

Vietnam is a popular destination for culinary delights, with their signature dishes and flavours popular worldwide. This was certainly one of the factors we considered when considering Vietnam for a travel destination, being big fans of great food (but who isn’t?). So we were excited when the resort we were staying at in Hoi An…

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The Mystery of Stonehenge

Back in 2010 we headed to Europe for our second trip, this time just as a couple minus the rest of the family. Most of our trip was spent on a guided bus tour through many different European countries, however we did spend a few days at either end of our tour exploring London and…

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10 Things To Do At Changi Airport With Kids

Travelling from one side of the world to another can mean lengthy stopovers and down time at international airports between flight changes. Changi Airport in Singapore is one we have spent a lot of time at in between our destinations, from short 2 hour breaks between flights, to 6 hours. The challenge during stopovers is…

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