Back in August when we were in Australia on the farm, I let the kids do what all farm kids get to do…. Play with Fire!
On The Road Again-Australia Starts Now
Today’s the day, Australia here we come. It’s a long way, but so worth it.
That Time We Wished We Had a Delorian
Today I felt like pulling out something old to share with you… For new readers, you will get to dig deeper into my mind and for you faithful from the beginning readers, it’s fun to look back… right?!
How to Keep Your Family Happy and Healthy While on Vacation
Today I have a guest on the blog, my first one! It’s very exciting… Let me introduce Kendra Thornton, who loves to travel and has a passion for talking about travel. She has some great tips to share for traveling with your family, to help keep you sane. Please Enjoy!
Viva Espana… A Perfect Place for an Educational Vacation
Our Spanish vacation is over, we’re heading home at 500 miles per hour. Racing the darkness, traveling against the rotation of the earth. It’s funny that every time you return from anywhere to the USA, you time travel backwards. If only you could get a little younger or a little thinner in the process.
After our conversation friday afternoon, where the King was headed to Spain, we decided to all go. I felt so naughty pulling the kids out of school. The last time I did it to go home to Oz when Grand Master D was 6, it was such an issue that I’ve never done it again. Only traveling in the summer …
So that was a long trip…leaving Brisbane 8.25pm Monday night Australian time (6.30 am NY time) and overnighting in the fleabag hotel in Sydney. Having breakfast in The Qantas club this morning did start the day off nicely though and erased all thought of the evening’s accommodations. We boarded Tuesday morning in Sydney 10am bound for LAX. Our first time …
This is NOT a Travel Blog
So we’re going away, we’re leaving the country, we’re heading off into the wild blue yonder, we’re travelling Down Under….on QANTAS of course 🙂 We’re going home, not this home, the other home, for a visit. I can’t be the only person who has 2 homes in different countries. It’s just how I refer to it all.
The 5 Hardest Things About Travelling With Kids
As we are about to embark on our bi-annual pilgrimage to the homeland, I think back on all the long trips we’ve made with children and how interesting they have been. They’ve been travelling since they were tiny. Miss Gremlin’s first plane ride was at 5 weeks. Grand Master D sat in a car seat for 18 hours at 3 …