The Gibb River Road is a trip Dixie and I are constantly talking about and hope to do soon. Today we have a guest blogger Rosemary McGugian who is the owner and operator of Best Of The Kimberley, the holiday and tour planning specialists in Broome. If you are planning on doing this trip I trust that her below tips will help you with your preparation.
Spending years travelling the world I picked up lots of tips and tricks along the way that helped me to have an enjoyable experience. Here are some of my travel tips just for you!Read More »
Gone are the days of throwing a bag of clothes in the Troopy (which was decked out for camping) and hitting the road in search of a new adventure. Now that we have small children we need to be more organised to make life a little easier.Read More »
Crossing the Nullarbor was not something I was looking forward to, sitting in a car for days on end looking out at the total emptiness of Australia. It is affectionately known as Nulla-boring to many Aussies however I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the journey.Read More »
I have been camping several times while I was pregnant, the last time I went I was 33 weeks when we stayed at Sandy Cape. So many women said to me there is no way they would go. Was I doing the right thing? I must admit I was nervous about going, what if something goes wrong? what if I go into labour early? what if we can’t get to a hospital in time? There were so many what if’s going through my mind.Read More »
Prior to having kids we were camping next to a couple with a small baby and I remember saying I would never go camping with a baby. Oh how I was wrong!
Camping with little ones can be challenging but it is also a wonderful experience.
I have an excel spreadsheet with all the things we require when we go camping. It looks more like a novel than a check list but here are a few of things I make sure I pack when we go camping with toddlers and babies.Read More »
I have always wanted to explore the islands of Hawaii, snorkel with sea turtles, swim under the waterfalls, relax on the beach and hang ten!
Being on one wage and raising a family means we don’t have much spare cash but I am putting plans in place so we can save enough money to take that well deserved family holiday.Read More »