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Dubai With Kids: A Review of the Anantara On The Palm

Today we have our first Dubai review (albeit a very mixed experience from our luxury specialist Hena).  She visited the Anantara On The Palm with her husband and two little girls, Aria (4) and Amaya (nearly 3).  They went during Easter 2016 and as always the weather in Dubai was perfect apart from one day when it rained (very surprisingly!)

Why did you book this hotel?

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Luxury In Zanzibar: Review of the Baraza Resort & Spa

Exciting times today, our first Zanzibar review!  If you’re not quite sure where Zanzibar is, it is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, off of the coast of East Africa (part of Tanzania).  A huge thanks to Hena for sharing her thoughts on her trip to the Baraza Resort and Spa.

Who went?

My parents, my husband, my two little girls – Aria (3) and Amaya (2) and myself.

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A Family Honeymoon: Review Of The Maritim Resort, Mauritius

When you think ‘honeymoon’ you don’t often associate it with family travel.  However for lucky Zoe, she got to accompany her parents on their luxurious honeymoon to Mauritius.  For more Indian Ocean inspiration read on!

Who went

Laura and John (the newlyweds) and Zoe aged 3

Where did you go?

Maritim Hotel & Spa, Mauritius.  

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Food For Kids In Central & South America

This post was written in association with ‘Anywhere Travel’:

Finding family-friendly activities and managing the logistics of family travel is enough work on its own.

When it comes to mealtime on your Central American vacation, you’ll be dealing with some new and unfamiliar foods.

Hopefully you have an adventurous eater along for the ride. But in case you don’t, the following tips should make trying new foods enjoyable for your kids.

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Family Time In St. Lucia! A Review of The Landings

Lush rainforest, powder sand and turquoise sea? You could be talking about St. Lucia.  This island nation in the eastern Caribbean has long been popular with tourists from Europe and the US.  Peak season runs from December to April and hurricane season Sep/Oct is probably best avoided.  My old schoolfriend Paroo took her twin boys with the rest of her family for an Easter Caribbean break.  

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