Mr D and I love our family breaks and when we had Didi we made it a must in our family to have them as regular as possible. it seems lately however, I am enjoying our child free weekends a lot too. I love our Didi overly but every now and again it is necessary to have a break from family life and have some … Continue reading Child Free Weekend at Overstone Park
I don’t know about you but Twenty-four hours in a vibrant city like #Brussels is just not enough, but Imagine that being the only time you’ve been allocated. What would you do? Morning: So, you’re all showered up and ready for breakfast in the beautiful Accor Hotels one of my personal favourites being Sofitel Brussels Europe. I absolutely love the plethora of dishes made available at breakfast … Continue reading My Perfect Day: 24 Hours in Brussels!
Okay. So I thought I should carry on where I last left off with my top 10 tips for travelling abroad with a toddler. Last time I stopped off at number 5, so lets check out what #Mummydiaries tips 6-10 will be. #Mummydiaries tip 6:Jet Lag can be horrible, therefore always try and schedule your fly time understanding the different time zones. (see more tip … Continue reading MOMMY DIARIES TOP 10 TIPS FOR TRAVELLING ABROAD WITH A TODDLER – PART 2
#Mummydiaries tip 1: The first thing is to make your list of to-do things in advance, organised by subject area and type of activity, but also keep your days flexible (this is especially important because as long as your life involves a toddler, plans can change at any second). Toddler’s are always on the go with limited attention span, boundless energy, and need for naps, … Continue reading Mommy Diaries top 10 Tips for travelling Abroad with a Toddler – Part 1
Most of the times when you hear the name Brussels, you automatically tend to associate it with Presidents, Business people and Dignitaries amongst many other important titles; after all, it is Europe’s Capital. I was shocked to find out that only a quarter of the six million people who visit Belgium’s capital each year come for pleasure, and of the many tourists who do visit … Continue reading Brussels Travel Review – Part 1
I remember in my much younger days as a teen on some of my travels as babies were screaming their lungs out, I think it was only humanly of us as passengers to sometimes misguidedly inwardly utter to self “goodness that baby is too noisy”. But as much as human nature would allow us the capacity to think that far, I for one would personally find … Continue reading Our experience travelling with a baby