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moab utah with kids
Travel

Moab Rocks!

By On July 4, 2015

Utah wasn’t part of our original itinerary, we didn’t know a whole lot about it before we arrived in the States, other than its Mormon history. But when our friends were on… Read More

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Family

Me & Mine – June

By On June 30, 2015

I have always wanted to take part of the Me and Mine project, but as a family we are generally rubbish at getting behind the camera as a constructed team effort, and I… Read More

childhood travel memories
Travel

CHILDHOOD TRAVEL MEMORIES

By On June 28, 2015

I am a firm believer that a love of travel is one of the best gifts you can give your children. I have my mother to thank for inspiring me with wanderlust,… Read More

Devils Tower Wyoming
Wyoming

Devil’s Tower, Wyoming

By On June 28, 2015

Looking as if pulled  through in one go from Earth’s humble ground, the Devil’s Tower in Wyoming is a sight like no other. Anyone halfway familiar with Steven Spielberg’s classic “Close Encounters of… Read More

DEADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA
South Dakota

Deadwood – Welcome to the Wild West

By On June 25, 2015

Have you heard of Deadwood? If you’re not from the US, you may only know Deadwood the TV show, but this small town deep in the Black Hills of South Dakota is… Read More

WILDFLOWER FARM MASSACHUSSETS
Hotel Review

Unique Stays: Wildflower Farm airbnb in Massachussets

By On June 21, 2015

We can’t sing enough praises about airbnb and how it has heightened our travel experience here in the US, and as part of our Unique Stays Series, here is another perfect example of why… Read More

acadia national park
New England

5 Things to do with Kids in Acadia

By On June 19, 2015

Acadia National Park in Maine, New England was the first to be created on the East Coast of the USA, and it’s not difficult to see why. Driving north along the coast of Maine,… Read More

1880 TOWN SOUTH DAKOTA
South Dakota

1880 Town in South Dakota – Sheriff’s in Town!

By On June 18, 2015

We discovered gold in the South Dakota wilderness. Set just off the Interstate, pretty much smack-bang in the middle of nowhere, South Dakota, you can find a town where all of the buildings date… Read More

niagara (14 of 29)
Canada

Niagara Falls – Breathtaking Trip Into the Cascade

By On June 15, 2015

Breathtaking. There is no better word to describe the Niagara Falls. This is a classic destination for families, worthy of a full day, if not a weekend stay. We were meant to stay two… Read More

Biking Acadia National Park via @onetinyleap
New England

Cycling Around Acadia National Park

By On June 6, 2015

Stopping at Acadia National Park was a bit of an afterthought. We were in Boston, planning the next few weeks of our roadtrip, and wondering where to go, when we scanned the… Read More

loon mountain summer
Country Kids

Kids’ Fun in Loon Mountain

By On May 30, 2015

We loved our stay in the White Mountains! They stretch from New Hampshire to Maine, and include the Presidential range, part of the Appalachian trail, and the highest peak in the North East of the… Read More

newburyport, massachussets
New England

as pretty as can be [newburyport, mass]

By On May 27, 2015

Our Boston airbnb hostess recommended we stop for lunch at the quaint town of Newburyport en route to Portland (Maine), and we duly followed her advice. It was a sunny and rather hot… Read More