Frozen adventures await your blueprint for the ultimate family winter adventure

Oct 07 2023
ski holiday in france kids skiing

Winter offers a magical landscape that invites families to step out and explore. If you are planning your next family winter adventure, you will be glad to know that there are plenty of great ideas to consider. However, it’s also important to consider the challenges that winter often brings, such as chilly weather, slippery terrains, and ensuring that every family member, young or old, enjoys the trip. Most of the time, it’s more than just packing a coat and gloves. It’s about designing an experience that will be remembered for years to come. This guide is designed to help you get the most out of your next winter escapade, providing you and your family with the comprehensive blueprint you need to embark on your dream cold-weather adventure. From selecting the ideal destination to packing essentials and ensuring safety at every turn, every aspect is covered. So, prepare for a family winter adventure that promises laughter, bonding, and a fresh appreciation for winter’s wonder.

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Travel with kids: Carcassonne, Occitanie, France, in two days

Sep 25 2023
Carcassonne in Occitanie, South-Eastern France,

Carcassonne in Occitanie, South-Eastern France, is a small place, and I had allocated two days; I was on my way to Narbonne where I was invited to a wedding by the family of my French exchange of 40 years.

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Travel with kids: The Netherlands – The hot new not-so-hot summer destination

Sep 24 2023
At the Delft Museum with camo blouse and gift wrapped bowl

According to Tui in the Times recently, (10 August) ‘Holidaymakers will swap Med for Belgium’, I mean who needs forest fires and 40 degrees in the shade? I whole-heartedly support this, based on my recent trend-setting visit to the neighbouring Netherlands, another country which has been unjustifiably overlooked. I might be suffering from some rose-tintedness, but the country seems bloody ideal to me, and here’s why. The infrastructure says innovative, pragmatic, optimistic, stylish. The people oooze organisation AND bon-viveur. How is that pawssible? The Top 6 features of the Netherlands I loved were the public transport, roads, food, architecture, Men and wellbeing. 

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