Not too close, not too far. Not too cold and not too hot. Laid back, but tidy. Perfect for everyone looking for an easy-going first winter holiday with a baby.
Vienna is a historical city where we can trace back a part of our roots. For the sixth time in a row, the Austrian capital has also been named the world’s most liveable city.
Some Bay, Egypt was the first destination for the trip with our 4.5 month-year-old baby. This lovely place by the Read Sea is trimmed with beautiful beaches, has agreeable air and water temperatures, is near some great kite spots for beginners, and is a great location to rest after long sleepless nights.
This July, we spent three weeks wandering around Sri Lanka with our three-year-old kid. We changed our accommodation 11 times, switched a number of transportation devices and saw a multitude of animals living in their natural habitat.
“Mauritius was made first, and then heaven; and heaven was copied after Mauritius” wrote Mark Twain. Since our family wanted to make the most of my maternity leave by taking a long vacation and skip the winter cold on a (safe!) exotic island, Mauritius seemed like the perfect answer. Kitesurfing heaven and a family vacation paradise.
Our family has traveled quite a few kilometers by car. Long distance driving can be exhausting, but you can make it more pleasant by preparing for it beforehand. The most important thing is to enjoy the road trip without rushing.
The eternal dilemma still persists even after years of living in two different parts of Europe, travelling to the end of the world and back, and several solo travels with child. What to pack for a plane trip to keep the little one happy and mum stress-free?
If you ask me which of the three (already experienced) Canary Islands I would recommend for your next family trip, my answer is Lanzarote. Our hobbies make The Canaries a perfect destination that never disappoints.
Saint Martin, a tiny piece of heaven on Earth, has repeatedly been described as the ‘best spot for a family vacation in the Caribbean’. Shared between two nations, St. Martin is the smallest island in the world and is most famous for its 37 heavenly beaches.