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Tteuran | A Traditional Korean Tea House

One our first day out in Seoul we walked over to Ichseon Village from our hotel which situated in a very good location we had easy walkable access to most popular areas of interest. Looking for a traditional tea house that was  recommended online. This neat little traditional tea house called Tteuran had floor seating as ...

Travelling Baby Formula

I had to share this find whilst travelling in South Korea. Organic baby milk formula in 100g sachets. We did take formula with us but underestimated how soon it would finish. We ended up at Lotte Mart near Gimpo airport on our way to catch a flight to Jeju Island. Its around a 10 minute walk from the airport to this ...

Le Grenadine Petit Boutique Hotel | CAPE TOWN

We have stayed in various hotels around the world some have been the usual Hilton type, that are part of a chain, and a lot of spa hotels but more recently with two kids in tow now its been more of the apartment hotels So for our first first few days in Cape Town our hotel booked by my husband (as with all our holiday ...

To Dubai or not to Dubai?

For a family who are somewhat well-travelled, people find it hard to believe when I say we have never been to Dubai before or anywhere in the UAE. 2017 will be our first ever holiday here with the kids in tow before we head off to South Korea. A big city girl at heart, Dubai always sounded appealing but I have never seen ...

Visiting Cuba

We flew in from Canada, we spent time there. We ate and stayed in a lovely hotel. Shopped around in a hired drive amongst the heavy snow and bitter winds. A tame escape compared to what was waiting for us in Cuba.. Upon arrival at a very small airport we dealt with absolute chaos, unable to cope with the influx of flight ...

Travelling Namibia | SOSSUSVLEI

Namibia the beautiful country that is small in population, sparse in development but overwhelmed with rural beauties. The desert reminds me of Arizona the route reminds me of Route 66 Just empty land of nothingness that has been untouched by man. Our route from Windhoek to our desert hotel ranged from one dry end of ...

7 Tips for the Shrewd Traveller

[caption id="attachment_1439" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Tobacco Farm, Vinales[/caption] Looking back over the years of travelling throughout my lifetime so far, I’ve decided to share a few travel tips which I’ve picked up along the way to help enhance the experience and smooth the rough edges whilst on the ...