Posts Tagged ‘family travel tips’

Worker's Burger at TurBARlence Mackay

7 of the best Mackay Region restaurants and cafes for families

For our food fixated fam, the Mackay Region turned out to be quite the culinary surprise. Not only does this region bring nature to life with beach-loving roos and paddling platypus, lush rainforests and some of Queensland’s prettiest beaches, it’s also packed with epicurean delights. Not only will visitors find sublime restaurants and cafes serving […] Read more…

Flying with kids

8 tried and tested tips for flying with kids

“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, travel for Mr Eats World and I meant finding a bargain deal for a random destination, chucking a handful of clothes, a camera and a toothbrush in a backpack and buggering off. But when two became three, booking a holiday suddenly required actual thought and planning, and to […] Read more…

Our family travel essentials

Packing it: Our family travel essentials

This post was written in collaboration with Vision Direct  I am what one would call a ridiculously light packer. Whether I’m travelling with the kids in tow or flying solo, I hate lugging luggage. So much so I’ve been known to rock a fortnight-long holiday with nothing more than a carry-on. The kids on the […] Read more…

Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa - Oman with kids

Oman with kids: May the forts be with you

Traipsing through a foreign airport with two small people at 4am, after ten hours in transit, is the kind of behaviour that I’d ordinarily suggest parents be given some pretty intensive therapy for. But on this occasion (and with little choice in the timing) the tiny travellers are doing us proud, having pretty much snoozed […] Read more…

He Said She said. Japan By Kids

He said, she said: Japan by Kids

Imagine, if you will, a child so completely fanatical about Japan that he was well versed in the history of feudal Japan before he understood basic addition, attempts to create DIY samurai armour from paper plates and egg cartons, has his heart set on a career as a ninja and swears he has ramen broth […] Read more…

Phuket by kids: Khai Nok

He said, she said: Phuket by Kids 

This post was written in collaboration with Rawai VIP Villas & Kids Park With its balmy evening breezes, inviting turquoise seas and patches of perfect shoreline suitable for every member of the clan, fun-filled Phuket provides a warm and wonderful tropical escape for families all year round. And, if you can tear yourself away from those […] Read more…

Stunning SIngapore from the Swissotel Stamford

He said, she said: Singapore by kids

Given Singapore’s national sports are eating, drinking and shopping it’s hardly surprising that, as a card-carrying hedonist, Singapore has my name written all over it. But there’s so much more to Singapore than conspicuous consumption and if I put my slightly sozzled epicurean inclinations to one side, I still love it. Because it’s also clean, […] Read more…

20 absolutely essential family travel hacks

20 absolutely essential family travel hacks

Before Raffles and Sugarpuff completed our merry travelling circus, holidays were mostly about picking a random destination, finding a super cheap deal, chucking a bikini and a camera in a backpack and hitting the airport ready for adventure. But that was then and this is now and travelling with two kids in tow requires a lot […] Read more…

5 reasons Phuket is paradise for kids

5 reasons Phuket is paradise for kids

This post was written in collaboration with Villa-Phuket.com Phuket has long been a favourite holiday destination for Australian families, thanks to its glorious beaches, incredible cuisine and lovely locals. But there’s so much more to this dreamy destination that meets the eye. Here, we share 5 reasons Phuket is paradise for kids. 1. The culture Phuket is […] Read more…

Raffles and Pauline Nguyen talk about a refugees, a positive attitude, giving back and DreamTrips

Raffles chats with author, entrepreneur and international speaker, Pauline Nguyen

Raffles has been privileged to interview some exciting people. But I don’t even know where to begin in introducing the incredible force of nature that is Pauline Nguyen. One of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs, Pauline’s accomplishments are even more inspirational considering her less than fortunate beginnings. Pauline Nguyen and her family escaped Vietnam in 1977 via boat and were […] Read more…

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