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Renting a Condo in Bangkok
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Renting a Condo in Bangkok

So, this was a very interesting experience! Finding a condo in Bangkok to rent for a month was actually way more stressful than we thought it was going to be. We had looked on Air bnb prior to reaching Bangkok and did a lot of research about the best way around it. We weren't sure how long we were going to spend in Bangkok, but we knew it would be at least a month. All roads led to going to Bangkok ...
Houseboat Stay in Kerala
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Houseboat Stay in Kerala

Our houseboat stay on the backwaters of Kerala was one of our most memorable experiences from the South of India. Relaxing on board with nothing to do apart from people watching, fishing, eating and relaxing! With a Captain, Chef and helpers on board, you do not have to worry about anything. We stayed for 2 nights as the check in time is 12pm and check out is 9am so 1 night just isn't enough to really ...
Hot Water Beach
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Hot Water Beach

Visiting Hot Water beach on the Coromandel Peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand certainly is a unique experience. It's one of the most popular geothermal attractions in NZ because of its underground hot springs. You can take advantage of this natural hot water in between low and high tide. Bring your own spade or hire one by the beach car park, walk on down and dig yourself your very own spa! ...
The Best Churros
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The Best Churros



We love desert and are always on the hunt for a sweet treat after dinner. While strolling around the lovely Ilha Grande in Rio, we stumbled across the lovely Marcio's Churro stand and we were so glad we did! ...
Eating Bugs in Thailand
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Eating Bugs in Thailand

You don't have to go to many markets in Thailand before you see deep fried bugs being sold! From grasshoppers to beetles, Thai's love a good bug and they snack on them like crisps. We have visited Thailand so many times but never cared for trying these little critters. This time, I thought 'why not?'. Benjamin on the other hand, stayed behind the camera, he tends to eat with his eyes and was not ...
Peru & Bolivia Hop Review
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Peru & Bolivia Hop Review

Thanks to the services offered by Peru & Bolivia Hop, we as a family were able to explore Peru and Bolivia without worrying about altitude sickness. It was a hassle free way to see both Peru & Bolivia and saved us a lot of time planning. Check out our review which will give you a great insight into the route, the buses, the trips, the stops and how we managed to see a lot of Peru using these ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.