Posts Tagged ‘family travel’

Tivua Island Fiji with kids

Fiji’s Tivua Island with kids

“Shark!” yells my ever-dramatic daughter as she dips her toes into the warm waters off Fiji’s Tivua Island.  I leave our stuff up at one of the beachside bures and run down to the water. Sure enough, a black fin emerges, just metres away from my daughter’s tiny toes. “It’s adorable,” she declares, leaping straight […] Read more…

The Riley Cairns with kids

Review: The Riley Cairns with Kids

Imagine an airy and bright five-star, family friendly retreat that’s home to a flock of giant (inflatable) galahs and is big on freshness and fun, but boasts a big heart and serious green cred, right on the Cairns’ Esplanade? Let me introduce you to your new favourite Cairns hotel, Riley, a Crystalbrook Collection Resort. The […] 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…

Ladies in traditional costume at Guanzhou Flower Market. The 25 best things to do in Guangzhou with kids

The 25 best things to do in Guangzhou with kids

Gorgeous Guangzhou is a clean, green and super smart city that’s marching boldly towards the future, without losing sight of its incredible 2000-year history. China’s third largest city with a population of almost 16-million, it’s one of the world’s fastest growing tourist cities. And, I’m ashamed to admit, a few short months ago I didn’t […] Read more…

essential family packing hacks

17 Essential family packing hacks

The whole world appears to be in a sorting, folding frenzy thanks to Marie Kondo, which surprises me because I thought her methods were kind of obvious. Though admittedly back when my mum taught us this stuff, 40 years ago, we didn’t call it KonMari, mum simply called it being organised while we called it anal retentiveness […] Read more…

Camel Riding at Anna Bay: Port Stephens with kids

Things to do in Port Stephens with kids

It’s a simple enough premise. Scale a 30-metre mound of soft sand. Grab a piece of plastic. Sit on said plastic with your knees up for balance and your fingers trailing behind you for some semblance of control. Go! Fast! Repeat! There’s so much in store at Port Stephens with kids. More than just one […] Read more…

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Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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