We found ourselves living above the Dubai cloud line this week. The city is normally sunny and cloudless so photo opportunities such as this don’t come along every day. What a surreal view of Sheikh Zayed Road! Happy New Year 2013 to all!! For more great photos from other travellers, check out Photo Friday at Deliciousbaby.com. . . . → Read More: Living Above the Cloud Line
Car seat safety is a hot topic of conversation that crops up among mums when talking about travelling internationally with young kids. So much so that I’ve written a couple of posts before about my dilemma of ‘should I take my baby/toddler car seat with me or organise one at our destination’. I recently was given [...] . . . → Read More: The BubbleBum Booster Car Seat Review
Well it has certainly been a long hot summer. We’ve spent part of our summer in New York and Canada, and for the rest of the time we’ve been in Dubai where the daily temperatures have been soaring in the high 40s (104 – 118 F). I’ve had some time out from my blog in [...] . . . → Read More: Where Have I Been?
Quite often, when people visit my blog, they’re looking for tips on jet lag. In fact, this post is about jet lag and young kids and is one of the most frequently viewed posts on Baby Loves to Travel. We’ve done a couple of recent trips where the impact of jet lag on my [...] . . . → Read More: Little Observations on Jet Lag and Toddlers
Discover some handy road travel tip in this guest post supported by Carhiremarket.com Travelling by car with young children can actually be easier than flying as you can take so much more with you and those small people seem to always need so much ‘stuff’. Living in a city, you can rely on public transport [...] . . . → Read More: Road Trips with Young Children
Dubai is a sunny place, in fact perhaps one of the sunniest places on the planet. On average rain falls here 5 days a year here (yes you read correctly!) and I remember Miss M recently shouting with excitement ‘Look mummy a cloud’ as a little fluffy cloud floated high in the sky. So needless to say [...] . . . → Read More: The SnoozeShade: Review, Plus Offer
The unthinkable happened on our recent flight to Thailand – my double stroller was broken and in a state where it couldn’t be used! We delivered it safely to the gate for our flight but on arrival the chassis had been snapped. Unfortunately it happened on the way to our destination so I was without a stroller for the [...] . . . → Read More: A Stroller Broken on a Flight: What Can You Do?
Singapore Zoo is one of my favourite zoos in the world. We recently spent a day there with our kids and although we have visited before I still got a big kick out of wandering around this lush tropical environment. Here is a little photo journey of some of the impressive animals that we saw. [...] . . . → Read More: A Little Photo Journey through Singapore Zoo
Discover 5 fun activities for kids to do in Southern England in this post supported by Luxury Family Hotels. Many first-time visitors to England start with London – it’s certainly handy for airports & has dozens of excellent attractions, free & otherwise – but once you’ve spent a couple of family holidays in the UK, you learn that [...] . . . → Read More: 5 Fun Things for Kids in Southern England