5 top tips to make your journey more enjoyable
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Want a great holiday? Here are five top tips to set you on your way. Search Ahead of Time to Save on Flight Costs Most of the time, booking your flights in advance can save you a boatload of money … Read More

The best kids toy I ever travelled with
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I did a lot of long-haul flights with my kids when they were toddlers. Long-haul flights with toddlers can be… ah… challenging. Choosing the right toys is key—you don’t want to carry Babies Galore onboard, but you do need help. … Read More

The Top 5 Beaches in Turkey
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Turkey attracts millions of visitors each year to its sun kissed shores. With so many cheap holidays to this beautiful country, it’s never been easier to enjoy one of its many, world-renowned beaches. Here are five of the best, all offering something … Read More

Turn kids into travellers
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When I started travelling with my oldest son sixteen years ago, I searched everywhere for books that would help turn him into a traveller. I could carry with us colouring-in books and all sorts of activity books, that would help … Read More

Bus travel in Cambodia… with kids!
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I thoroughly researched all the local bus companies before travelling to Cambodia. I’d heard some horror stories about travelling by bus, but with no rail system you’re left with very little choice in Cambodia. As one expat there told me… … Read More

Jasmine Guesthouse: Budget family accommodation in Siem Reap
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We stayed at the Jasmine Lodge (Guesthouse) while we were in Siem Reap. Now that we know Siem Reap better we’d choose somewhere in Wat Bo around the river. It’s a nicer area, and more convenient to the centre. However … Read More

“The best day ever”… Angkor Wat with kids
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I’m not a morning person. In fact, before 9 am and a strong coffee, I’m barely a person. But on this day, when the alarm went at 4.15am I leapt out of bed. I’d been looking forward to this day … Read More

Love at first sight: Cambodia
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Travel has been my passion for nearly twenty-five years. There have been one or two places I’ve been to that I struggled with (India, I’m talking about you), but I’ve enjoyed most places I’ve been. There is always something to … Read More

Duck Tours in Melaka… We rate this family-friendly tour
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When researching family friendly activities in Melaka I came across the Duck Tours land and water tour. It looked cool. You drive around Melaka in a yellow buggy, eventually hitting the jetty, where the buggy becomes a boat, and the … Read More

Apa Kaba guesthouse in Melaka
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In Melaka we stayed at the wonderful Apa Kaba guesthouse. It’s not for everyone, but perfect for people like me who would rather pass kidney stones than stay at a highrise resort. This quirky traditional Malay house has a range … Read More

Getting from Johor Bahru to Melaka by bus
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Before this trip I really researched the various bus companies in Southeast Asia. I wanted to make sure the buses we took with the boys were from reputable companies. Our first longer bus trip was from Johor Bahru to Melaka … Read More

Budget Singapore to Melaka bus, via Johor Bahru
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Getting from Singapore to Melaka in Malaysia is surprisingly simple. You can catch a bus from Singapore directly there, or for a third of the price you can cross the border yourself to Larkin Sentral in Johor Bahru, and pay … Read More

The scoop on Scoot
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If you’ve followed our Itchee Feet travel challenge plans, you’ll know we scored a great deal for the six of us flying from Sydney to Singapore on Scoot. So how was it? Better than expected in every way. The plane … Read More

Engage, entertain and educate… every day, everywhere
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I always admire (and envy) parents who homeschool their kids on the road. I miss my nomadic days. Each day with my son was a million new opportunities to learn something new, for both of us. I’ve always been way … Read More

Budget Family holidays… how cheap can you go?
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I can’t wait to take the kids to KL Six people, five grand, four countries… one amazing adventure. Two wines too many and I got us into this mess. I agreed to a challenge, to take my family of six … Read More

My father the nomad
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My father spent most of his adult life at sea. He was in the merchant marines, as was his father before him. My mother mostly raised me. My father would disappear for months on end, only to arrive home again, … Read More

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