When I think back at my Fiji trip, one of my favourite memories was on the very last night where we went to the CocoPalms Cultural Show. The show is located within the Westin Denarau hotel grounds and showcases everything that Fiji has to offer – well the most important things to me anyway. This was the second cultural show that I went to and although not the most authentic, it’s definitely the best one to take your family – especially an infant! Continue reading “3 Reasons why you should not miss the CocoPalms Cultural Show at the Westin Denarau Fiji – and your baby will love it too!”
Taronga Zoo has always been a firm family favourite day out when I was a child. My parents used to take us there every summer and I remember being amazed at all the interesting animals that appeared to fall out of the pages of my book and into the sunny surroundings of Taronga Zoo. Read on to find out why I think Taronga Zoo is the perfect family day out for all ages! Continue reading “Local Lookout Series – Visit Taronga Zoo for the animals and panoramic views of Sydney”
Fiji is one of those island getaways where the list of things to do is endless. There were 300+ islands to choose from and not all of them were quick trips from Denarau. When travelling with an infant, we knew our limitations.
“People think you’re crazy when you want to book a Fiji island tour with an infant”
When we first asked about island tours, most of the tour desk agents were shocked that we would want to take our infant on a boat at all. They insisted that we stay on the island of Denarau and enjoy the the hotel. We spent many hours relaxing by the hotel pool while enjoying the scenery, but we were keen to visit some islands.
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Since having a baby, we’ve found it challenging to find lunch and dinner venues. This weekend, we decided to brunch with friends at The Grounds of Alexandria.
We’ve been wanting to check out The Grounds of Alexandria for awhile since it’s been popping up on my Facebook feed. My friends posted photos of delicious food and gorgeous foliage. Well, after visiting The Grounds of Alexandria, I’ve come to the conclusion that it is this and so much more.
The Grounds of Alexandria has a Cafe where you can brunch with friends (and baby!) in a quirky, fun atmosphere. There are food carts selling home made lemonade, fresh berries and freshly baked mouth-watering pastries that could rival those served in hatted restaurants! Continue reading “The Grounds of Alexandria – where to brunch with friends and a baby”
Good morning everyone!
It has been a very long time since I have written a post. If you’re new to this blog, please read about me here first.
“Life has changed significantly.”
I am no longer living and working in London. We made the decision to move back to Australia to have our little family. We are not sure how long we will stay here but for now, I’d like you to meet someone very special.
This is Baby C. She is the new addition to our little family. Continue reading “Why my travel style has changed”
Hello! I have postponed this post for awhile but then I realised that my current situation will be reflected in the stories about my travel experiences. You’ll also start noticing that my shape and size will change and this is because
“We are expecting a baby!”
That’s right! Hubby and I have managed to travel on weekends with minimal disturbance. Well… besides the food cravings and the constant need for afternoon naps that is! Continue reading “I’d like to share some news with you!”
Hello everyone! My Santorini blog series has been interrupted by a very important announcement! The Duchess of Cambridge has had a royal baby boy (yesterday)! Mum and baby are reported to be in good health and doing well. It is all very exciting! Continue reading “Where were you when the future King of England was born?”