That’s it! Our last travel vaccination for Southeast Asia and South America is complete. I think we are now vaccinated to go anywhere we want in the world in relative safety. Starting on the journey to getting vaccinated though was a minefield. There are so many variables and no one wants to recommend anything.
It happened. We have officially moved out of our home. After a couple of weeks in a top-secret location (my parents’ house) we have had time to reflect on the experience. Sorting Through Our Stuff The process of packing has been a fairly drawn-out experience. We have known for several months that we will
For us to go off on our family travel adventures, both Dan and I had to quit our jobs. Now that we are the other side of our last days at work I thought it was a good time to reflect on this experience. Dan had been employed with his company for nearly 16
When we started planning for a family gap year, we knew that there would be lots to think about. As time has gone on, it feel like more and more things have been added to the list. WE have had to think about our home, insurance, schools, dentist and health appointments, storage, passports, visas,
We are big believers in having family adventures close to home as well as the ones that take us halfway around the world. Therefore, we are always looking for the chance to explore our local area. For this reason, we consider ourselves very fortunate to have Norfolk’s premier cycle route practically on our doorstep.
When deciding our honeymoon destination, Dan immediately put Iceland on the table. He said “this is a once in a lifetime holiday for us. Let’s make it a once in a lifetime destination!” And oh, what a good choice he made! Although it is relatively close to the UK, Iceland becomes a once-in-a-lifetime deal