My wife and I worried about keeping the kids occupied and happy during these times, as we assumed we wouldn’t have phone signal or 3G connectivity. We brainstormed for a couple weeks thinking of all the activities we could do without electronics or internet, so here were a few of the our ideas when staying in a cabin.
Have you ever thought about going to Antarctica? What would you do there if you would go? Glaciers, icebergs, penguins, white white white… something breathtaking. Many of...
Looking for somewhere a bit different to take the kids? Benalmadena lies in the heart of Spain’s thriving Costa del Sol close to Malaga, and is awash with child-friendly attractions to entertain the whole family so that your trip will be a breeze. As one of the region’s most popular resorts, there is something for all ages here.
Gibraltar, an island situated off the southern coast of Spain, has an entire network of limestone caves just waiting to be investigated. Find out more about this fascinating geological spectacle.
Undoubtedly, Northern Ireland is a country of unrivalled beauty. Its stunning attractions are sure to leave any visitor not only intrigued, but emotional. See Top 6 Northern Ireland attractions that will enable any tourist to both take in its natural ensemble and vibrant history.
Sail along some of Europe’s most fabled and beautiful rivers. Wake each morning to a new view outside your window, and to a new opportunity to experience one of a variety of cultures.
Singapore is famed for many things, from its impressive modern skyscrapers to its rich and diverse food culture which attracts tourists from around the world. Here is a small selection of the best.
Life is stressful and isn’t easy. Here is my story and why a cabin retreat can provide the greatest remedy to getting past, what I like to call “life block”, when you get so overwhelmed you just can’t take it any longer.
Vanuatu - a tropical island escape in the South Pacific. "The friendliest place in the world" is quite a difficult title to live up to, but the locals of Vanuatu seem to do it with ease.
We visited Darwin (Northern Territory, Australia) at the end of September. It was nice to escape rainy cold Melbourne for 3 days and get at least sun baths - we thought :-D The first day we decided to dedicate to the city itself. You know, the standard stuff - have a look, get a feeling of it, etc.