We have this fascination with grandeur, that bigger is better. And yet, when we think of Le Grand Hotel du Palais Royal, we’re reminded that “good things come in small packages.”
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Stonehenge – What’s it Really Like?
“…it is good that we don’t know the why’s and how’s of Stone Henge. This way the place will forever capture our imagination and inspire our creativity, and by paying the admission you buy in just a little to its story.”
The Point Villas- Taupo’s Finest
They say “never say never”, and yet I’ve found the one exception…. The Point Villas, Taupo. So picturesque is The Point Villas that for the first time in a very long time I heard myself saying the forbidden word, “never”. I never want to leave.
The Perfect Activity Guide To Dubai For Families
An unbeatable, comprehensive highlight guide to Dubai activities for young and old. This is one you won’t want to miss.
Reflections On Arriving In Fiji
There is none so unfamiliar as arriving by boat to the chorus of traditional vocals, melodious, harmonies, and hearing the Fijian spirit of life expressed through song ring out over the water as our boat reached the jetty.
Mastering Slow Life in NZ: Airbnb The Cowshed
There is so much to learn. To love. To live for in these slow paced moments of rural life. The Cowshed was not simply a place for us. It was an experience.
Slow Life Family Gap Year- Sailing with Vigilant, Bay of Islands
Today we learned that slow life may just get us to where we want to be, faster than any other route.
Good-bye Australia- Nomadic Family Gap Year Introductions
Typically, we’re not one for labels, but if we had to define ourselves it would be:
“ intellectually curious travellers, who value unpretentious luxury and authentic experiences. Travellers who seek opportunities that foster a sense of connectedness to each other and the world around us.”
Unearthing Hong Kong
There was an unconventional beauty here that had caught me off guard. I had not envisioned Hong Kong to be beautiful. Vibrant, yes. Mesmerising and hypnotic yes. Entertaining, unequivocally yes again. But not beautiful… and yet as the sun faded on my first day in Hong Kong, the cityscape began to illuminate.
The ‘why’ behind my Mummy and Daughter Overseas Trips
I choose living with intention. Loving with passion. Laughing without inhibition. I choose light over darkness. I choose moments over money. I choose today over tomorrow. I. Choose. Life.