Luang Prabang with a Little One

I must admit, the thought of travelling with a just-turned-two year old was pretty daunting. Luckily, we had the sense to ignore all the scaremongers and instead turned to the wonderful world of family travel on Insta for reassurance. If you take one thing away from this post please let it be that- travel with…

Exploring Yogyakarta with Kids

When we told people that we were heading to Yogyakarta, it was pretty much an exercise in the 5 W’s you learn in primary school. Where? When? Why? What are you going to do? Who’s going- are you taking bubs too? Well, to explain our seemingly odd choice of holiday destination, my family had booked…

Famous in Phu Quoc 

A week on Vietnam’s tropical paradise, Phu Quoc. So this is what it feels like to be famous? People taking your picture without asking, wanting to touch you, and telling you that you’re beautiful. Ok so those last two were very specific to Little Miss. We knew that with her blonde hair and big blue eyes Miss C would get plenty of attention in Vietnam..

A Singapore Stopover 

This was a no-brainer for us. The alternative? Three flights in a row with a 10 month old- hmmmm no thanks. She’s a good little traveler but we didn’t want to push our luck. Instead we opted for a mini-vacation spent exploring a different side to Singapore. We stayed in Changi Village, which as you…

A Singapore Babymoon

When I first heard of the term ‘babymoon’ I made a mental note for the future- in bright red, bolded, and underlined. Any excuse for a holiday right? Fast forward a few years and we’re announcing the exciting news that we’re expecting to our friends and family. After the standard congratulations, we were often met with…

Cantik Flores; Part Two

From Labuan Bajo we flew into Ende, gripping the armrests as we landed in rather wet and windy conditions. Later on we were informed that Ende is the worst airport in Flores, and on a separate occassion when we told a local that we’d flown with Wings he merely laughed, shaking his head in his…

Cantik Flores; Part One

It took a lot effort to write this post. No, not because Flores is boring but rather I’ve worked myself into a deep state of relaxation after some serious time spent in hammocks. But here we go.. After spending a night in Bali we arrived in Labuan Bajo on the west coast of Flores. As…