London & Newcastle With Kids

We all know I love and adore my hometown of London.  I’m also rather fond of Newcastle, a city in the Northeast of England. I spent some time there working in my 20s and it always had an up & coming feel to it, with a lively restaurant, bar and culture scene. Plus a rather dodgy disco boat moored on the Tyne with a revolving dance floor.  

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Review of Lonely Planet Kids Let’s Explore… Series

At 8 and 5, Jetlag & Mayhem are still huge fans of sticker books.  I too am a fan of the sticker book and can often be found resticking my children’s wonky stickers (mild OCD). We are big fans of anything produced by Lonely Planet Kids and this time, we tested out the ‘Let’s Explore…’ books.  

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Luxury In The Maldives At The COMO Resorts

We all dream of going to the Maldives, but for the Maguire’s there was another added wish.. the opportunity to dive with a whale shark!  Today Sally shares tips from her amazing Maldivian holiday of a lifetime this past May.  Not doing anything by halves, they stayed with their 3 kids (age 8, 6 and 3) in two of the most luxurious Maldives properties out there, COMO Maalifushi and COMO Cocoa Island.

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Love and Art At The Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore

Singapore aka ‘the Little Red Dot’ is a tropical country located between Malaysia and Indonesia.  Popular as a stop off point for far-flung destinations, Singapore is a fantastic destination in itself with attractions ranging from Universal Studios to the Gardens By The Bay.  As with any busy tourist hotspot, there are a huge amount of accommodation options on offer.

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Top Tips For Using Airbnb

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, airbnb is a site that allows hosts to rent out their homes and travellers to book accommodation worldwide.  For me, airbnb has revolutionised the way I travel with my family.  Instead of cramming into one hotel room, for the same price I can often find a multi bedroom property with a living room, kitchen and outdoor space.  

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