20 Tips For Travelling With Kids

  As we pack our bags and head to Rome this week, I realised how different our travel itinerary and our bags have become! From 2 rucksacks and 1 carry-on to a suitcase, a rucksack, 2 carry-ons, a bag for S, a pram, a camera bag and a sling, phew! When we step out of…

Indiaaaa, India…clap clap – OR how to watch a match in the stadium with kiddos

Watching the matches was an awesome experience. I really dont care much for cricket, but the stadium atmosphere, the national anthem being sung by 50k spectators...all worth being a part of. We watched a total of 5 matches across 4 cities with the 2 kiddies in tow 🙂 and a lot of people asked -…

Travelling with two!

I did it! Yes, its worth a celebration, what with his colic and her 'being the older sibling' issues. And without the new trend of distributing chocolates for the co passengers. Babies cry, parents' lives have to go on and the co passengers, being adults themselves, have to be able to live that down with…

Brazil for toddlers

So is Brazil kid friendly? No. Brazil is a place you make babies, not take babies. Its a romantic country with the music and the mood, but certainly only the brave-hearted will venture there with a toddler in tow, or the ones who have husbands crazy enough to think it can be done. First up…

Top Tips for Flying with Kids – across the ages

Taking a flight with kids can make one question whether to take a vacation far away at all. Here are some tips on managing kids across the ages; Sara took her first flight at 6 weeks to Varanasi and longest one of around 12 hours en route LatAm. 1. For kids under one, the biggest…

Top Travel Tips with kids- 2.5 – 3 year olds

Its probably the toughest of the toddler years to plan travel in - the dreaded terrible twos. The good news is, it can be managed and enjoyed. If it gives you some confidence, we have traveled with Sara to Singapore (2.3 yrs) and Brazil (2.8 yrs) and she loved it, as did we. SO here…