It’s no secret that I’m in love with Central Park! I have spent many hours walking and cycling it’s paths since we arrived in New York in late June. It is a magical place for children too so I’m going to share all the highlights with you so you can plan your visits ( you
Cyprus is the eastern most of all the Mediterranean islands. It lies to the south of Turkey, south-east of Greece and north of Egypt. Cyprus is popular with beach lovers, archeological buffs and windsurfers. You can get there by air with British Airways, Monarch Airlines, Ryanair, Easyjet and Cyprus Airways. Most flights land at either
Because the weather is excellent nearly all year in Corfu, it could be said that the season doesn?t end at all, but what everyone is really talking about is the clubbing season, and that comes to an end with a bang at the end of September. From May until the final week, Kavos and in
When we left New Zealand in May earlier this year it was hard leaving behind our 2.5 year old nephew (with his parents of course 🙂 ) Being doting aunties we had loved our play dates with him every Friday night when he would sleep over and go home the next day at lunch time.
Whenever I travel to NYC it’s always for a couple of months at a time. However I get loads of questions from friends and family who are coming to the city on short breaks. Here are my recommendations for 5 must-see attractions and 5 that you can safely skip. 5 Must-Sees No Matter How Short
Gorgeous beach in Hawaii It’s no secret we’re Amerophiles. It’s a vast land of opportunity, excitement and wonder. There is such incredible diversity and it can be hard to know where to start if it’s your first trip. My very first trip to the US as an adult was in 2003. I went to Los
When you live in New Zealand going virtually anywhere involves a long flight. Next week I’m flying Christchurch to Auckland, and then Auckland to Honolulu. I leave at 7am on Tuesday morning and arrive in Hawaii around 12 hours later. By now, I’m really comfortable with my routine for coping with long flights. What I