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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 ...
Ice Cream Fun
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Ice Cream Fun

My favourite thing in the whole world is ice cream. When my mum and dad ask me what I want after my dinner it will always be ice cream, I dont always get it but when I do it makes me really happy. My favourite flavour is chocolate and I cant wait to taste different ice creams from all over the world. When I was in turkey last year my dad bought me the biggest ice cream when we went shopping, I was so ...
Walking and Walking
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Walking and Walking

My mum and Dad says that we will be walking a lot on holiday, so for the past 4 weeks they have been making me and my brother walk a little everyday after our dinner so that we get used to it, I am not happy with all this walking. I am getting used to it now and I have got loads of new outdoor wear like trainers, coats and neck gaitor. I am most looking forward to walking on the beach to my deck chair. ...
Animals are Friends
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Animals are Friends

I love animals so much, and so does my little brother and I cant wait to see all the different animals when we are travelling. I had my picture taken with a baby tiger when I was younger in Thailand and I was a bit scared. My dad was actually feeding it but he wasn't scared he isn't scared of anything. I am looking forward to feeding monkeys and swimming with dolphins. I was a strong swimmer so I am ...
Getting Into India!
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Getting Into India!

With tourism contributing to such a large part of the countries economy, anyone would thing you could book your flights and go. However this is not the case and to be honest we have found the whole process quite daunting. So this blog post is to help others in the bid to break it all down and simplify the options. Please note that there are also visas for students, medical professionals and business visas. ...
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 ...
Mexico – North America
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Mexico – North America

As Mexico is the first stop where will be officially a travelling family, its the one that I have planned the most! We fly into Los Cabos for some chill time as the last 6 months have been so manic with selling all our belongings and getting ready for this trip. We hope to drive up to La Paz to check out the Sea Lions and then over to Mexico City which is bound to be manic. The ruins in Palenque are ...
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.