North America

North America is one of two continents named after the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci, with a surface area of 24,221,490km² (9,351,969 square miles). It's in the northern hemisphere, between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean and to the north of South America

Week 6 – Guatemala, Lake Atitlan
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Week 6 – Guatemala, Lake Atitlan

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Getting to Lake Atitlan from Antigua or Guatemala City is super easy and there are various options at various prices. The yellow chicken buses are the cheapest and probably the fastest as they fly around the corners. Then there is a shared shuttle which costs around 80Qz per person. The bus will have about 14people on it. The most expensive option is a private transfer which is ...
Week 5 – Guatemala, Antigua
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Week 5 – Guatemala, Antigua

Arriving in Guatemala was very exciting and totally unknown as It was the first new country we visited. Driving through the city felt very much like Mexico City. But with no Metro system, the buses are packed to the brim. Our Air BnB owner Johnny met us at the airport and took the scenic route till we reached Antigua (1h30m). Things to do with kids in Antigua, Guatemala Antigua is a great alternative ...
Emiliana jumped into Cenote Azul!
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Emiliana jumped into Cenote Azul!

I love doing big jumps and get upset if my parents think I am too small to do them! Watch me doing a big jump in Mexico in Cenote Azul, I loved every second of it. Love from Emiliana xxx ...
Week 4 – Cancun, Puerto Morales, Tulum & Chichen Itza
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Week 4 – Cancun, Puerto Morales, Tulum & Chichen Itza

Itinerary with kids travelling in Mexico, Cancun, Puerto Morales, Tulum & Chichen Itza ...
Week 3 – Mexico, La Paz & Mexico City
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Week 3 – Mexico, La Paz & Mexico City

Itinerary for week 2 of 3 we spent travelling around Mexico with kids La Paz – Day 1-4 After a sleepless night (its was very noisy outside our hotel) we packed up and drove to La Paz. Another hour away, on highway Mexico 19 and 1, the drive was pretty pleasant and arriving in La Paz was literally a breath of fresh air. Driving along the Malecon (waterfront) is lovely, on one side the water and on the ...
Week 2 – Mexico, Cabo San Lucas & Todos Santos
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Week 2 – Mexico, Cabo San Lucas & Todos Santos

Mexico with Kids Itinerary - 1 of 3 weeks Cabo San Lucas – Day 1-6 Arriving in Cabo was pretty awesome as it was the official start of our World Tour! From the moment we touched down, we couldn't contain our excitement and there were smiles all round. Even as we walked out of the airport there were bars either side, blaring the tunes and people were having shots to get into the party mood. I guess thats ...
Week 1 Vancouver Baby!
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Week 1 Vancouver Baby!

Vancouver was our first destination and the main purpose of the visit was to be a part of our dear cousins wedding. It was also a great opportunity to spend quality time with family before our adventure. We have visited Vancouver, British Columbia many times and absolutely love the place but we are always happy to go back. We managed to go back to a few favourites but did not have time to see it all ...
Bananarama Dive Centre Roatan Rapid Review
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Bananarama Dive Centre Roatan Rapid Review

Roatan is an Island in Honduras surrounded by the Caribbean Sea.  The Island rests on an exposed ancient coral reef, rising to about 270 metres (890 ft) above sea level. This makes it the perfect place to go diving! People flock to Roatan and Utila to dive around the second largest Barrier Reef in the World.



We spent our time snorkelling and diving with Bananarama Dive ...
Did you know – North America
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Did you know – North America

5 Fun Facts North America gets further and further apart from Europe each year. The most populous city in North America is Mexico city (and we plan on going there) Its the only continent that has every kind of climate The best universities can be found in North America Mexico is one of the top countries most prone to earthquakes, yikes!



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Vancouver – Canada
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Vancouver – Canada

On the 26th of March, we leave for our round the world trip and the first stop is Vancouver, Canada! Our cousin is getting married out there so we are kicking off our travels with a Big Fat Indian Wedding with all our family! We have been to Vancouver numerous times to visit family but it is always great to go back to as it has so much to offer. The mountains, the beaches, downtown and nature are all ...
The Flip Flop Family

The Flip Flop Family have decided to kick our daily routines to the kerb and travel in the pursuit of fun and adventure! Join in our journey.