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654 steps to Neptune’s Cave in Sardinia

Neptune’s Cave sits on Sardinia’s north-western tip and is the most famous of Sardinia’s multitude of caves. With 1308 steps down and up, it will certainly give you a work out! If you’re looking for interesting, relatively cheap and child friendly activities to do whilst on Sardinia, the caves are intriguing in a goblin type…

How to visit Angkor Wat in ONE day with kids

Is it possible to visit Angkor Wat in just one day with kids? Yes it is!

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  • Kim - 10:55 pm

    Great tips, we went earlier in the year, I’m going to show my kids some of the video clips and see how much they remember!  Prior preparation is a really good idea as there is a lot to take in.

Ringing in the New Year at the Asian Art Museum

After landing in LA the day before christmas, we decided to drive up and spend New Year’s Eve in San Fran. However all of my internet searches revealed that we’d missed booking the bay cruise dinners, people actually bagged their fireworks ‘space’ up to 12 hours in advance (I am never doing that), the music…

Frogs Heaven; It really was a paradise!

In a pretty remote part of northern Costa Rica (Horquetas) where most people visit only to go white water rafting, it might appear hard to find activities to do (click to read activities with kids in Sarapiqui) – especially in the dry season, but there’s so much more than just the river. We managed to find…

What to do with kids in Guanacaste

Inland Guanacaste was a big surprise for me with its arid and hot weather and I really enjoyed our time there. However since our return I’ve discovered that it’s one of the least visited parts of Costa Rica and I cannot work out why!? Guanacaste is a north-west, coastal region bordering Nicaragua and the Pacific…

Magpupunko, Siargao. Visiting THAT rock with kids

‘It’s more fun in the Philippines’ is the Filipino moto for travelling their breath-taking islands and what an amazing find the tidal pools of Magpupunko are for adventurous families and kids! Siargao’s famous spots Siargao has three ultra-famous spots. Right!? I’m pretty sure that most people will have seen them on either Instagram or Facebook….

Birthday X-Tremos Zip-lining over Lake Atitlan

Lots of people have asked us what we do about Birthdays whilst we’re travelling and as we just celebrated Imogen’s Birthday in Guatemala, it’s a great opportunity to show you how we recognise and celebrate another year around the sun. Presents It was in about 2004 when I suddenly started to question presents. Why was…

Did we catch the last bamboo train in Battambang?

One day whilst I was aimlessly surfing wastebook (cough aka facebook), I came across a video of a bamboo train (also called a Norry) that rattled noisily and quickly through the lush Cambodian countryside. It looked so much fun that I decided we should go!  It was a bit of a whimsical decision but it…

The Second Bulgarian Empire, Veliko Tarnovo

Veliko Tarnovo is a small town that has a rich and brutal history. Once upon a time it was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire but now this city is a popular destination for travellers as they make their way from one end of the country to the other, and we were no exception….

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