Adventures abroad



Ha Long Bay Cruise For Families – Family Travel in Vietnam

Ha Long Bay Cruise For Families. Hearing the story of the legend of Ha long Bay was enough to tempt our kids into leaving the comfort of Hanoi and agree to spend Christmas on a boat, with no Wi-Fi.

The Ha Long Bay legend goes something like this; whilst Vietnam was at war with foreign invaders, their gods sent down a family of dragons to protect them. The dragons spat down jewels and jades, which upon hitting the bay were turned into the islands. Ha Long means descending dragons… Read More


Family Travel In Thailand

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Guest Post – World Wide With Kids


This week’s guest post comes from WorldWideWithKids a family of 4 from England who are travelling the world long term. They are currently in Germany however this is the start of their adventures. They explain that they were working so much and so hard it was affecting their family life together and also their health. After a lot of research they decided to pack up and start their new life on the road and they are loving it! The two children (aged 8 and 9) are being World Schooled (home schooled) where the world has become their classroom, instead of looking at pictures of amazing pictures in books or on the internet they actually go and see them with mum stating ‘I wouldn’t send my kids back to regular school now unless they asked  to go, they’re so much more relaxed without the pressure of traditional schooling.’

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Trier – The Oldest City In Germany

Trier – The Oldest City In Germany

I think Trier is my favourite place in Germany. It’s one of those cities that manages somehow to capture the perfect balance between old and new. The city lies in a valley between low vine-covered hills of red sandstone in the west of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, near the border Continue reading “Trier – The Oldest City In Germany”

Saarburg River Cruise

We had relatives visiting us from England and we decided that a River Cruise would be a great way to show off the local scenery in our new home town. Unfortunately it seemed as though every other visitor to Saarburg had the same idea that day and we  were unable to find a seat on the top deck which boasts the best views. Continue reading “Saarburg River Cruise”

Keeping Kids Cool In Extreme Heat

Summer has arrived in Germany and we are experiencing the most extreme heat that we have ever encountered whilst travelling with our kids. Temperatures have been rising to 44 degrees in the shade with high levels of humidity and I have some seriously grumpy kids to deal with! So what do you do when you want to travel and enjoy the sun when you have kids? Here are our top 5 tips. Continue reading “Keeping Kids Cool In Extreme Heat”

Camping in Germany

Landal Greenparks Warsberg, In Den Urlaub, 54439, Saarburg, Germany

Have you ever considered camping in Germany? Its not a country I had ever thought about visiting before but for the next 9 months this huge campsite is going to be the place we call home! Its truly beautiful here; the site is set on the top of a mountain and surrounded by nature Continue reading “Camping in Germany”

Days Out In Germany That Won’t Break The Bank

Planning a trip to Germany this summer? Saarburg is a fantastic holiday destination for families with children; you can find peace and tranquillity in the mountains and along the beautiful rivers and there are a wealth of fun activities on offer that wont break the bank, some are even free! Here are our top 3 days out on a budget; Continue reading “Days Out In Germany That Won’t Break The Bank”

Top 10 Highlights of Living on a Campsite

We’ve stayed on lots of campsites across the UK and mainland Europe over the last few years and always had a wonderful time, last year we began to toy with the idea of living and working on one. We wondered if we could transfer the good times of a holiday into the reality of day to Continue reading “Top 10 Highlights of Living on a Campsite”

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