Category Archive: Travel

New York, New York (and Boston)

A (aka Dad) left on a business trip to New York this morning. It happens occasionally. When he announced it a few weeks back, I did what I always do on these occasions:… Continue reading

Riding The Indian Railway

Some people travel to see what’s there. Others are looking for something. In India, I want to find bustling train stations; long stretches of track curling into wherever; hundreds of well-worked carriages rocking… Continue reading

Brisbane, Gold Coast

We’ve made it home unscathed from our trip to the Gold Coast, so let’s see how it compared to our original plans. Who Went? One 2yo, one 5yo, Mum and Dad (plus meet-ups… Continue reading

Gold Coast

To Infinity and Beyond

At some point in 2015/2016, our family will be going boldly where no two-to-five-year-old has ever gone before. If you, too, have the requisite amount of bravery, head to kickstarter before the 26th… Continue reading

Sydney

Who Went? One 2yo and Mum. I also took an embryo, so technically it was my first solo trip with two children. We met up with Vita and her son, and also D.… Continue reading

Gold Coast, Springbrook National Park, Brisbane

Guess what I’m supposed to be doing right now? If you guessed “my actual paid work so it’s completed in time for our upcoming trip to Brisbane and the Gold Coast” you are… Continue reading

Moffat Beach

Who went? 21mo and his 5yo cousin, Mum, Dad and Aunty Z, Nanny and Pa. Review: Nice, low-key getaway. The apartment allowed for both private and communal areas which always improves everyone’s ability to get… Continue reading

Durundur Railway and Storey Brook Cottage, Woodford

Who went? We have done this day trip a couple of times, with a single 2yo and again with a 1yo and a 4yo. Adults have included Mum, Dad, Granddad, Grandma, Nanny (other Grandma),… Continue reading

Darwin

Who Went? One 12mo, Mum and Dad, Nanny and Pa (Grandmother and Grandfather). Review: This trip was timed to fold in with a conference for Mum. Pa is not big on sightseeing, P… Continue reading