Not sure about travelling with toddlers in tow? Nervous about holidaying with temperamental teenagers? It’s all about choosing the right sort of trip. What makes for a happy holiday with Continue reading
Swimsuit: Check. Good book: Check. Mother-in-law: Um… Multi-generational holidays might be one of the biggest trends of recent times but it seems many women are none too happy about travelling Continue reading
Building sandcastles just doesn’t cut it for a lot of families these days. Family holidays are getting highly organised and structured with much emphasis on education and experiences, according to Continue reading
Apart from a large glass of wine, what makes the most difference when travelling long-haul with children? Is it the inflight entertainment, the attitude of cabin crew, well-thought-out activity packs, Continue reading
I wrote a while back about a family trip to Uluru (Ayers Rock), which was a fantastic short break – and still being talked about by the kids. If you’re Continue reading
I’ve had a couple of emails from people wanting to know which resort I was referring to in my previous post. It was the Sheraton Grande Laguna Phuket, which I Continue reading
If you’re an average Australian family of two adults and two children, things are relatively simple when it comes to booking travel. However, if you’re a single-parent family, a large Continue reading
Family travel and online bookings might be two of tourism’s fastest-growing trends but in many cases they are yet to come together. Booking family travel online can be a frustrating, Continue reading
Following on from an earlier post about my adventure weekend on the Sunshine Coast, here comes a review of the Novotel Twin Waters Resort, which is probably Australia’s best-known family resort.
I’ve just had the most fantastic family holiday, a real back-to-basics break. A week of swimming, cycling, fishing, playing board games, eating ice cream – and not much else!
It’s great to go off on big adventures and have once-in-a-lifetime experiences but …