Working through what's been going on since the lockdown began by sharing some personal struggles, adventures, and endeavors.
Tag: travel with kids
Best of Moalboal: Swim with Turtles, Run with Sardines
If you're visiting the island of Cebu, you won't want to miss Moalboal. Here are some tips on where to stay, eat, and spend to make the most out of your trip.
Cebu And Siquijor Island: Itinerary And Master Budget
Ready to plan a Cebu and Siquijor trip? We’ve got an itinerary complete with turtles, whale sharks, swarms of sardines, waterfalls, underground rivers, and enchanted havens, and more. All doable for as little as $225.
Exploring Kuala Lumpur, Day 3: Chinatown, Gardens, and The River of Life
Long stopover in Kuala Lumpur? Here are some lovely things you can do in a six-to-eight-hour window—kids in tow.
Kangaroo Picnic in Morisset
When a friend I met through Couchsurfing invited me to join in on a day trip and see these quintessential Australian creatures, I knew the moment had come.
The ABCs of a Child-Friendly Weekend in Luxembourg
Animals at Parc Merveilleux, Brunch at Le Paris, and Celts at Bealtaine.
A Brisk Day at Burgers’ Zoo
Standing on a riverbank inside Burgers' Zoo, it feels as though you've stepped right up to the edge of an African safari. Not long along, the zoo announced the birth of a baby rhino and from here we watched the stout little creature chase giraffes ten times its size: quite a spectacle for a random… Continue reading A Brisk Day at Burgers’ Zoo
10 Pros and Cons of Expat Life
The best and worst of living outside the borders of your citizenship.
5 Reasons to Love Traveling with Toddlers
Toddlers. I'm hard-pressed to find a more exhausting word in the English language, yet I love traveling with mine. To be fair, she's not a baby anymore--she's a big girl--and she makes that clear to everyone. She's only just turned four and as much as she insists that she's all grown up, it hasn't stopped… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Love Traveling with Toddlers
Baguio’s Parks, Playgrounds, and Places to Eat
It's Tuesday morning: my companion wakes up early to build a dam at Lily of the Valley Organic Farm (post coming). Inevitably, our daughter wakes up early and what are her and I to do with our day? First, there's the laundry problem. La Trinidad has no water so this is a serious mission. We… Continue reading Baguio’s Parks, Playgrounds, and Places to Eat