I am in need of sunshine this morning (or sleep). So in place of a lounger, I’ve dug up some sunny memories of Tunisia for today’s #ThursdayTravelTreat on Instagram.
It’s almost 10 years since I visited this slice of North Africa (where did that time go?!), haggling in the medina in Tunis for a leather bag that had to stay on the balcony until the camel smell died down, visiting the ruins at Dougga and Carthage, snapping madly in the fabulously picturesque white and blue Sidi Bou Said…
As ever, do join in with the hashtag on Instagram and Twitter with your own slice of sunshine (or other travel treat to cheer up a grey Thursday) and link below.
When I was pregnant, I dreamed of travelling with my baby. Then, when I realised that really was possible, I dreamed of the places we would go together.
Now, although I still fantasise about seeing Burma, Angkor Wat and Machu Picchu, my dreams have changed again. Because now Minnie’s older and more involved in our travels, the dream trip isn’t all about me.
So when I was asked to describe my perfect family holiday by Mark Warner Holidays, who are looking for their new crop of blogging ambassadors for 2015, I struggled at first. Because it’s not a single place, it’s the experience. Continue reading →
The relaxed feeling from the holiday is fading as fast as I unpack, but while I’m huddled in my thermals drinking hot chocolate, I’ve been thinking about a few of the travel lessons learned from our latest trip to the sun.
Because even a few months seems to make a big difference to travelling with a toddler. Even before she leaves official toddlerdom behind, I’m seeing the beginnings of how travel will be with a child.