Exploring Ireland’s Ballyhoura with kids

Today, travel blogger and Ireland enthusiast Jody Halsted of irelandwithkids.com shares her experiences on travelling with children in Ballyhoura. After reading this, my youngest has already decided zorbing, zip lining, donkeys and horse riding in this Irish region is a must for the summer holidays. [...]

2015-10-13T22:57:31+00:0021 February 2013|Animals, Europe with kids, Guest post, Ireland|

The Cape Peninsula: penguins, baboons and spectacular scenery

After my recent re-visit to Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula, I've a series of posts coming up. I'll cover a cheetah, lion and rhino rescue project and Hout Bay - another self-declared micro-nation. I'll talk about the infamous prison at Robben Island and a [...]

2015-03-22T00:23:18+00:0018 February 2013|Animals, South Africa, UNESCO World Heritage|

Kids and animals in Australia

Travelling with children in Australia is very easy and an absolute joy. One of the highlights for my daughters has been the opportunity to get up close with the local fauna, both with farm animals and with wildlife so different from what we have in [...]

Zip lining in Costa Rica

By Catarina Redisch at Tarcoles River, Costa Rica When we were in Costa Rica, mum wanted to visit a coffee plantation. My sister and I would rather zip line. We were going to fly between 9 platforms. We took a bus to Tarcoles River. As [...]

Torre Argentina: Cats among Roman ruins

By Alexandra Redisch and the stray cats in Rome: If you, like me, have a tendency to wander about new cities with no special purpose or goal, you sometimes end up at the most amazing places. Not having a defined destination is liberating to me. The goal itself is to wander and experience the feeling of being deliciously lost in an unfamiliar place. Brings me more in touch with the soul of the city itself it does.

2015-10-04T23:16:01+00:0023 August 2012|Cats of the world, Italy, Quirky corners|

Tiny Triesenberg

For most, Liechtenstein is a quick stop to check off yet another country on their list. They only stop for an hour at most, in the capital Vaduz - and leave with a very incomplete impression of this ancient Alpine country. The little principality has [...]

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