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Boy jumping in the rooftop sculpture garden at Zeitz MOCCA

Cape Town’s Zeitz MOCAA with Kids

We don’t know much about art, but we know what we like, and we really like the new and extremely exciting Zeitz MOCAA (the Museum of Contemporary African Art) a public not-for-profit contemporary art museum in Cape Town, dedicated to preserving and promoting 21st-century art from Africa and its diaspora. While activity packed Cape Town has […] Read more…

Kid jumping for joy outside a blue house in Bo Kaap

Cape Town: Things to do in Bo Kaap with kids

Imagine if you will narrow cobbled streets strung with continuous rows of low-roofed houses, sitting under an imposing mountain backdrop and bright blue skies. Now pop on your imaginary sunnies and paint those houses in varying shades of canary yellow, cobalt blue, perky purple, retina searing pink and acid green: a place so colourful you could […] Read more…

Village Hotel Sentosa review

15 reasons to stay at Village Hotel Sentosa with kids

Sentosa Island is bit of a Singaporean kids’ central. Home to some of its best beaches and too many world class family-friendly attractions to mention, the action-packed island playground already has long had my kids hooked, but with the brand-new Village Hotel Sentosa upping the ante on family fun, they’ve become raving fans. Here we share why we think families should […] Read more…

Somerleyton Hall with kids

Somerleyton Hall with kids

Somerleyton Hall & Gardens is the magnificent home of the rather important sounding 4th Baron Somerleyton and his family.  The palatial estate in Lowestoft, Suffolk is said to be one of the finest in all of England and a visit to Somerleyton Hall with kids offers a peaceful and genteel family experience. Well, it does […] Read more…

Norwich Cathedral - things to do in Norfolk with kids

10 Great things to do in Norfolk with kids

A picture-book pretty county on the East coast of England, Norfolk is most famous for its network of navigable, lock-free waterways, tapestry of charming and picturesque beachside towns, quaint country villages, rich, straw bale strewn farmlands and big open skies. It’s also renowned as the location of many a Downton Abbeyesque historic home, including Sandringham, the […] Read more…

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Hi, I’m Aleney and I am not a boy, but the little dude next to me is! I’m a besotted mother, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raffles, and all-singing, all-dancing, all-cooking, all-adventurous eco-warrior. Along with his intrepid sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari junior style.

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