Travel Gadgets

Babyzen Yoyo+ Review

One of the biggest game changers for family travel has been the invention of a folding buggy that you can bring onboard as cabin baggage. There are a few different ones on the market now but the Grande Dame of them all is the BABYZEN YOYO+.  We decided to put this buggy through its paces, testing it on several trips abroad and also round the city.  

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Stylish Diaper Bags From Mika Rouge

Sometimes I feel bag manufacturers are missing a trick. Just because we’ve had a baby, doesn’t mean we want to tote around a vinyl bag with a naff print. Thank goodness for brands like Mika Rouge who have realised that having a baby doesn’t mean we should compromise on our style.

Today we meet its founder (and mum of triplets!), Karla Prompers

Tell us a bit about you…

I am a Mexican, born and raised in the North of Mexico.

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5 Books That Inspired Me To Travel

Second only to my love of travel is my love of reading.  Nothing gives me more pleasure than combining both and I’ve read a lot of fantastic travel books over the years.  My very first travel tome was the… wait for it… Children’s Junior Atlas. I used to read it over and over, stare at the maps, plot routes and absorb the random facts.  

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Wireless Kids Headphones Review: LilGadgets Untangled Pro

For all those parents who allow their kids to sit playing noisy games on their tablet/phone on a plane. I beg of you one thing… please buy them some headphones! There are so many child friendly options on the market. Many have the added safety feature of a volume limiter.  Case in point, the LilGadgets Untangled Pro, a Bluetooth headphone that we recently tested out on a trip to Phuket.  

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Toys For The Plane: My Super Fun Play Book

I’m always looking for ways to limit screen time either on a plane or relaxing on holiday. I don’t see anything wrong with a little screen time (she says furiously tapping away on her laptop, simultaneously browsing instagram) but there’s something so rewarding about watching kids play with actual toys. It can be difficult to find a toy that will pique the interest of a youngster.  

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