Every child loves to travel, learn about new cities and countries, and share their experiences with their friends and teachers. Travelling with my parents and visiting new places together are some of my happiest memories from childhood. Here are a few tips for ravelling safely with children.
Are you travelling with your children this summer? For lots of us, this summer is likely to be the first time we’ve travelled any huge distance with our children since before COVID, it’s normal to feel a little out of practice or overwhelmed by the prospect even.
It hasn’t yet been two years since the COVID-19 pandemic turned so much upside-down, but it feels as though it’s been a lot longer. Everyone’s exhausted at this point, of course: community spirit got people through the worst times so far, but it’s so much harder to be resilient as the months drag on and there’s no clear light at the end of the tunnel.
Mont Blanc – have you ever seen it? If you are a mountain lover, perhaps you’ve skied nearby, or been on some summer walks near there?
Headphones are ideal for children, but, does anyone elses children get all ravelled up in the cables? I feel like I need to watch them constantly to prevent them strangling themselves.
Travelling with children can be a little fraught from the packing stage until you reach your destination. One of the things I’ve learnt over the years is that it really does matter what kind of luggage you have.
The bustling city of Fremantle is not only home to extensive business and commerce. Fremantle, or Freo as the locals refer to it, is a family-friendly destination rich in local culture and has many hidden gems that, I’m told, are a delight to discover.
Travelling as a young family is a great way to learn, grow and experience all that the world has to offer together. Not only will you be making memories that will last a lifetime, but you will also have the quality time that you need to really bond with your family!