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  • The preparationWe haven't gotten on the airplane yet and I'm already tired! The time change from Canada to South Africa is significant and I wanted to be able to hit the ground, running, so we've started to get up earlier Posted by NAJ1706 in Volunteering in South Africa | Jul 16, 2019
  • Orientation with Eco Children and H.E.S.C.Monday, July 8 was the first day for both Jeffrey and Aisha. I had hired Gift, a local woman, to act as my driver. With our overlapping schedules, I couldn't drive all three of us to our respective Posted by NAJ1706 in Volunteering in South Africa | Jul 15, 2019
  • Penn's CaveWe went with a group of local families to see nearby Penn’s Cave. There are several activities there, and my crew did everything. Our first stop was the wildlife tour, which is conducted on a safari-type bus. Most of the animals Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jul 14, 2019
  • The Final CountdownSince the safari, nothing has seemed that exciting. It’s the last week of projects, and I’m ready to leave. Although I feel sad when I think about leaving, I think it’s just a natural part of saying goodbye – especially Posted by kfkeane in South Africa | Jun 25, 2019
  • What We Read: Mission Scavenger Hunt SeriesThe Mission books are scavenger hunts for kids in various cities. There are ones for Barcelona and Paris, so we picked them up. We've misplaced our Paris book, but we have the Barcelona one handy. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/392903/7304E80C Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 17, 2019
  • Where We Stayed: MadridOur apartment in Madrid was east of the city, about a 7-10 minute walk to the Artilleros Metro station. It's primarily a residential area, but there a few stores and cafes within walking distance, including a supermarket. There is a Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 9, 2019
  • Come join in my life, travels and tours in South AfricaGood morning Welcome to my new Blog. I sat one afternoon, and thought about my travels, my childhood, my beloved wilderness and mountains, and thought I should share it with those with the same interests. Parden if the dates do not follow, Posted by AfricanWildlife in African Wildlife Tours | Jun 9, 2019
  • Spring Break 2019We stayed in the Family Club section at the Barceló Bávaro Beach Palace. This was our first time in Punta Cana, but it was our 4th time at an all-inclusive that catered to families and our 2nd at a Barceló Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | May 28, 2019
  • Vietnamese Heroic Mother Nguyen Thi ThuThe Largest statue I have seen to any mother anywhere in my travels. I arrived here at about 12 noon so the sun was right on top of me, it was unbearably hot, but I wanted to do this woman justice Posted by TheJohnsons in Vietnam | Apr 30, 2019
  • Dealing with the mishap, and a holiday resumed===Back to Banjul=== It was just as well that we had enjoyed our ferry ride from Banjul to Barra two days ago, as here we were, back again. My broken tooth necessitated a visit to the dentist, the dentist was in Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 4, 2016
  • Travelling as a kidBefore I could remember my parents took me on various trips around the world (I was only a few months old on my first flight). Since both of their jobs were in the tourism industry, I had the chance to Posted by jules-travels in Travelling as a kid | Mar 25, 2019
  • Chilling Out In PhuketThe 'touring' part of our Thailand trip was almost over and at the half way through point we were heading down to Phuket for a more relaxing week near the quiet town of Rawai. Phuket was chosen as it Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 21, 2019
  • Sacrifices and Australia DayWe were back in Arequipa for just over 24 hours, but it was Australia Day so we had to make the most of it! First thing we did was sleep in – FINALLY! Then after a healthy breakfast I headed to Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 6, 2019
  • Where We Stayed: ParisParis was the city where we had the toughest time finding accommodations. It's expensive, so you can quickly find listings that are out of budget, especially if you want a good location. It's also a city with a lot of Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jan 13, 2019
  • Where We Stayed: SalamancaOur apartment in Salamanca was on a fairly busy street about a 10-minute walk from the historic city center. There are some businesses on the street, but we didn't check out many of them. The bakery two blocks down was Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jan 11, 2019
  • Where We Stayed: BarcelonaOur strategy for this trip was to stay in apartments given that every stop was for at least 3 nights. Doing this gave us more room to move and the opportunity to have meals in if we wished, particularly for Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jan 3, 2019
  • Where We Ate: MadridPollos Asados La Cañada This place was in our neighborhood near the Artilleros metro station. They sell roasted chickens, side dishes, and some pastries to go. If you're in the area, it's a decent place to get a meal to take Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jan 1, 2019
  • Hong Kong and home again, been a hootWe spent a few days back in Hong Kong,, catching up with grandkids, watching Arthur play rugby, taking him to school, visiting nice restaurants, Xmas fairs and a carol service. Great relaxing time despite all of us having some sort Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Dec 31, 2018
  • Where We Ate: ParisWork picked up, so my blogging slowed down, but I haven't stopped. You didn't think I would forget to post about the food in Paris, did you?! First, I want to mention a couple of general items I discovered that you Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Dec 18, 2018
  • NagasakiOn this trip, we're doing a first--our first time off of Honshu, the largest island that makes up Japan. Most of the places you've heard of--Tokyo, Kyoto, Kobe, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagano, Tohoku/Fukushima--they're all on Honshu. After a very long train Posted by pokano in Jizo Diary, Paato 5 | Nov 12, 2018
  • Hong Kong: R&R plus thoughts on next part of tripSpent a great 10 days with James, Fi and family plus joined for a week by Robbie as well. Both James and Fi have new jobs, James a promotion and Fi in a tech startup. That plus running a home Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Oct 15, 2018
  • Chill dayToday was a chill day. Super important to have these. The kids tried some American cereals for breakfast. I know they aren’t the healthiest choices but gotta try these things. Especially Easter special edition cereal haha Posted by TracyT7 in Tunney Tales | Mar 15, 2018
  • Junior Ranger programToday the kids are starting the Junior Ranger program.[img=https://pho Posted by TracyT7 in Tunney Tales | Mar 10, 2018
  • Legoland, FloridaOur LEGO boy won Master builder competition at the Legoland hotel the night we stayed 😊. So proud of him. They had to build a monster. Dominic built an Australian Drop Bear with laser eyes, sharp claws and Posted by TracyT7 in Tunney Tales | Mar 8, 2018
  • Third leg to begin our journeyFinally made it to Orlando, Florida 🏝 last flight was fully packed so my hand luggage had to go under the plane too. Nate is running on Adrenalin and won’t stop talking haha 😂 now to find our Posted by TracyT7 in Tunney Tales | Feb 14, 2018
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