Aug 24, 2016 Mexico
If you’re planning a vacation to Playa Del Carmen, don’t book any accomodation until you read this. Find out where we stayed along with tips on how to make your family getaway not only comfortable, but the best ever.
Jul 5, 2016 Travel Tips
I’ve put it off for a long time, but finally with some time in Mexico I tackled one of my long-time bucket list items: learning to scuba dive. Find out how I got a taste for scuba diving - from newbie to open ocean within a few hours, using PADI’s Discove…
Jun 5, 2015 Bali, Indonesia
Bali continues to grow and surprise us every time we return. Canggu Club recently opened it’s doors to non-members and launched 4 new major facilities: a waterpark, kids club, indoor trampolines, and 10 pin bowling. Find out how it stacks up against Bali’…
Feb 20, 2015 Bali, Indonesia
What did we fit into 3 days of all-inclusive fun and food in the heart of Nusa Dua, Bali? Hint: it has nothing to do with the sneaky clock at the pool bar - you have to see this photo!
Feb 13, 2015 Bali, Indonesia
I am not sure how many times we have been to Waterbom, but it never gets old. A lot had changed in the last 3 years since our previous visit. Find out why TripAdvisor now rates Waterbom Bali as the best waterpark in Asia.
May 20, 2013 Puerto Rico
An island not far off of the East side of Puerto Rico, Vieques. How to get there, what to do there & the famous Bioluminescent Bay.
May 15, 2013 Puerto Rico
Out of the crystal blue waters a brief flash of silver and excitement thickens the air. It has to be the biggest catch of my husband’s life, well after me. Fishing & snorkelling in Western Puerto Rico.
Mar 1, 2013 Ambergris Caye, Belize
I am petrified of sharks. I come from the land down under where the Great Whites plunder (rap not intended). I rarely swim in the sea and if I do it’s more like a wade where a quick exit is available. And now here I sit. On the edge of a boat gazing at a …
Feb 16, 2013 Mexico
Thoroughly unique. Something I’ve never imagined. It’s like Disneyland meets San Diego Zoo meets an Eco-Adventure Park. And if that’s not a good enough description, well then, you’ll just have to read the whole post.
Feb 14, 2013 Mexico
You can tell from my very first Cenote adventure that it wasn’t going to be my last. This natural phenomenon was an itch that couldn’t be scratched and I could happily spend months in Mexico visiting every cenote I could possibly see. As it is here are 3 …
Feb 7, 2013 Mexico
We were so close. I reached out my hand to touch him and decided not to. He poked his little beady eyes above the surface. Glanced around and finding nothing remotely interesting ducked back under the water, swam straight to the bottom and continued to mu…
Feb 4, 2013 Mexico
So there is nothing left to do. My 2 year old had jumped, my four year old had done it, and now it was mummy’s turn. Our visit to our very first Cenote and it is everything we thought it would be.
Feb 1, 2013 Mexico
Wildly out of control in pitch-blackness with only the downward slope of the tunnel and the gushing water giving you direction… then BAM! You are out of the tunnel spinning around and around in a large dark cavity. But wait! There is a small hole in the m…
Oct 11, 2012 Penang, Malaysia
That was an absolutely amazing day. 3 boats, 30 people all headed to Monkey Beach. We had a 5 year old’s bday party there with fairy bread (Americans never heard of it!), we swam, we fed monkeys, and we talked for hours. You ever have one of those days th…