I love these 3 photos. They have perfectly captured those fleeting moments that only seem to happen when we travel.
There are few things that our kids enjoy more than the chance to go on an adventure and a trip to Skomer Island in Wales ticks all boxes. Located off the Pembrokeshire coast, the island limits the number of visitors per day, we were lucky that it wasn’t the high season and had a wonderful day exploring the island, laughing
We spent Fathers Day 2016 on a 2 night back country hike in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland. As we sat down to eat dinner on the first night 3 moose started wandering towards us. It was a magical moment. The hike through the thick scrub the following day was a noisy one with 3 children singing “hey moose, ho
In our family kids and adults alike don’t mind a bit of dirt and fossicking for gems can be REALLY dirty. On our 2006 road trip we spent a day in Sapphire, QLD, with a group of other like minded enthusiasts and had a blast sifting through bucket loads of dirt and mud for emeralds. We didn’t find any but
I love being on Fiji time. Relax, relax, relax. Australia is a long way from the US, so to break up the journey we love to stop in Fiji. One of our favourite spots is a little island, not too far from Nadi, called Bounty Island. A quick ferry trip and you are there, in paradise. It’s budget but they have
There’s no better way to appreciate the sheer scale of the Australian outback than driving the dusty roads to the the red heart of the country. Making the most of the cooler months, we followed the old dirt highways that follow the tracks of colonial explorers – from Queensland, heading ‘beyond the black stump’, down on the Srzelecki track to
At the end of a long day on sandy roads in Botswana, racing to beat sunset to reach camp, we came upon water across the road. Waded across to check the first section, but came to another that proved a little deeper and more daunting, so turned around to retrace our tracks – and discover that puddles can be a