Family Friendly In Greece: Review of The Sani Resort

There’s a list of luxury, family friendly resorts that family travel aficionados reel off when asked for European recommendations… the Martinhal, the Abama and the Sani.  My sister-in law visited the latter in May last year and having booked to return this year, I felt it was high time to share her review!

Where did you go?

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Top 5 Baby Travel Essentials

If you are about to embark on your first holiday with your new addition, congratulations!  Welcome to a world where holidays will never be the same again.  First and foremost because your new little person gets to invade at least half of your luggage allowance!  Packing for a baby is a minefield. There are so many vital ‘must-haves’ but here are my essentials (outside of nappies, baby wipes, baby bottles and formula!)


  1. Cot & Stroller Blackout
    Long time readers will know I’m obsessed with travel blackout.  
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TravelSnug Review – The Airline Seat Cushion Liner

The family traveller welcomes with open arms any products that can make traveling with kids that much easier. Particularly if it helps them go to sleep on a plane.  So today, let me introduce you to the TravelSnug, an airline seat cushion liner for children.

The brand originates in the UK and came about through one of its founders frequently flying between the States and the UK with two little ones only 15 months apart.

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Going away on vacation is an expensive business.  Unless you’re lucky enough to be staying in a 2 bed suite or villa, chances are you’re likely to have your kids in the same hotel room as you.  Whilst this isn’t the most ideal situation, here are some tips on how to make it manageable (but if you really want to enjoy the hotel high life, leave the kids at home and treat yourself to a few days away!)

  • Make sure you request the cot/crib in advance and reconfirm that just before your stay.  
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Jetlag & Mayhem’s 2015 Travel Year In Review

I know I’m a bit late to the party with my 2015 review, given we are already edging into 2016. However one of my goals this year was to give myself some more time off from blogging.  For any bloggers out there, perhaps the words ‘labour of love’ will resonate with you too. It is hard to make a full-time living from blogging and travel writing, hence my corporate day job in recruitment.  

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