Posts Tagged ‘holidays for families’

Dinosaurs galore at The Morian Hall of Paleontology at Houston Museum of Natural Science

How to spend 48-hours in Houston with Kids

With United Airlines launching flights direct from Sydney to Houston, an already popular hub that connects travellers to America’s Southeast, Midwest, East Coast and Latin America, Australians are wondering what the city, America’s fourth-most populous and most diverse city, might have to offer visiting families. I discover, after a few days of the city’s extreme congeniality, […] Read more…

Hoshino Resorts Tomamu with kids

Japow Wow: Skiing Hoshino Resorts Tomamu with kids

It’s sooo fluffy” declares Raffles happily as he leaps out of our coach into the nearest heap of fresh snow, disappearing somewhere into its powdery depths. We’ve arrived at Hoshino Resorts RISONARE Tomamu, just a 90-minute drive from New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, to flurries of snowflakes dancing in the sky like frosty fairies. I’m so entranced […] Read more…

Cape Grace Cape Town

An affair to remember at Cape Town’s Cape Grace Hotel

Under the omnipresent shadow of legendary Table Mountain sits The Cape Grace Hotel, quietly oozing old world charm and sophistication. One of the world’s most luxurious and stylish hotels, the boutique Cape Grace boasts enormous individually-styled guest rooms packed with antiques and artefacts, hand-painted fabrics and bowls of breathtaking protea blooms, each offering ridiculously beautiful views […] Read more…

15 reasons to rush your kids to Sovereign Hill

15 reasons to rush your kids to Sovereign Hill

Sovereign Hill is Australia’s best outdoor museum and, without need of any incarnation of the venerable Dr Who or his Tardis, takes families travelling back through time to Ballarat’s gold rush. Spread over 25 hectares of the original alluvial goldfields, the recreation gold rush town brings the decade after the discovery of gold in Ballarat in 1851 back to […] Read more…

The Story Lives on at Sovereign Hill

The Story Lives on at Sovereign Hill

The promise of striking it rich during Ballarat’s gold rush lured almost 500,000 people to the Australian colonies. Today families are being lured to Sovereign Hill, an incredible outdoor, interactive museum, to find out more. While life in the goldfields was brutal for all but the wealthiest members of society, it was hardest of all […] Read more…

Bali by kids

He said, she said: Bali by kids

I have to confess it took me a while to catch the Bali bug. You see, my first taste of Bali wasn’t exactly a success, partly due to my appalling taste in first husbands and partly due to the fact that I spent the entire week drunk and/or rocking a killer hangover. So awful was […] Read more…

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