World at a Glance: Auckland’s Sky Tower and therapy

We've visited the tallest structure in the southern hemisphere twice: the first time was just Alex and I, during a short one-week first-time jaunt to the land of the long, white cloud. Our next visit to the Sky Tower Auckland was four years later, while [...]

2014-10-25T10:23:05+01:0017 February 2014|New Zealand, Oceania with kids|

Coxen’s Hole

Ah, Roatan. You probably think of sandy beaches, Caribbean waters blue as blue could be, scuba diving and snorkelling on the gorgeous Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. And you'd be right. Then there's wildlife: iguanas the size of dogs, birds of every imaginable colour, dolphins, sharks, macaws [...]

Blue Mountains

I love the Blue Mountains. It's the first place I ever saw kangaroos in the wild. And no matter how many Aussies might consider these marsupials a pest, I think they're absolutely beautiful and one of the features that make Australia special. Just a short [...]

In retrospect: Birthplace of Christianity in Bethlehem

The silver star marks the spot   In 339 AD, a church was built in Palestine, in the city of Bethlehem. It was built above a cave, where tradition has it, there once was a manger - specifically the manger where the inspiration [...]

Family road trip Wales: Isle of Anglesey

Another Sunday, another segment in our family road trip in Wales. Today, it's all about Ynys Môn, better known as Isle of Anglesey. (If you're wondering why Cat looks a tad younger, it's because this is from our first road trip in Wales, when she [...]

Family road trip Wales: Llandudno – Conwy

Another Sunday and a new installment on family road tripping in Wales. Last week, we left off in Blaenau Ffestiniog. Today, we continue onwards to Llandudno - Conwy. We've been here before, so you know we like it up here on the northern coast of [...]

2014-09-18T19:52:30+01:0011 August 2013|Europe with kids, Road trips, Wales|
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