A Review Of The Voyage Belek Golf & Spa Hotel, Turkey

It can be tricky finding guaranteed hot weather in Europe over the Easter break.  Michele lucked out recently with April temperatures of 29 degrees in Belek, a resort town on the Turkish riviera.  She shares her review of the family-tastic Voyage Belek Golf Resort & Spa (picture waterslides and a fun fair!).

Who went? 

Two families including 2 x two and a half year olds and a 5 month old

How did you book the trip? 

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An Ever Increasing Fear Of Flying

Every time I see a news headline regarding a plane crash I feel sick.  Last week we heard the devastating news that flight EgyptAir MS804 had crashed enroute from Paris to Cairo.  Now comes the speculation, was it a terrorist attack?  Technical malfunction?  Pilot error?

Those who know me, know I have an obsession with plane crashes.  

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Childcare Abroad – A ‘Live-In’ Holiday Nanny In South-West France

My sister-in-law is currently living it up at the amazing Sani Resort in Greece.  Not only do they have creche facilities for babies but there’s a Kids Club for those age 4 and up.  Even better, the room that they happened to book includes 3 hours of babysitting per day. Which means they truly are having a holiday!

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Review of the Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei

I recently wrote a post about how to manage a citybreak with young kids.  Tip number 14 was:

“Where possible book a hotel with a swimming pool. It’s always useful to have this up your sleeve as bribery for visiting museums!”

I had stayed at the Shangri-La in Taipei about 9 years ago, pre-kids and spent many an hour languishing in their rooftop hot tub.  

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10 Things To Eat At A Taipei Night Market

We recently visited Taipei for the weekend and one of the things I was most excited to do was EAT. Taipei has long been revered as a culinary hotspot, in particular for the delights you can chow down on at a night market. There are quite a few to choose from but as we were only in Taipei for two nights, we had to be selective.  

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