If you are looking for vacation ideas, consider a family trip to Thailand. Thailand’s child-friendly culture makes Thailand places to visit with family a great vacation choice. The beaches have shallow waters and gentle bays that are especially good for beginning swimmers. Interactive cooking classes, trekking with elephants, island snorkelling, and special cultural excursions will make an unforgettable Thai family vacation. Here are five of the best holiday destinations spots for families with kids to visit in Thailand.
London is beautiful, bustling with life, and full of charm. Central London is absolutely gorgeous and I fall in love every time I go there. There is so much to see but unfortunately, so little time if you are a tourist. One of the merits of being an expat is that you are a tourist in the city where you live and you can enjoy this all year round. Whatever the case, don’t worry. Even if you only have a couple of days to spend in London, you’ve got a number of sightseeing options to choose from. My favourite so far – London Duck Tours.
Moving abroad is an exciting experience but it could be quite stressful and challenging. There are so many things to consider, organise and get done before you leave your home country. Mary Johnson has prepared some useful tips on how to begin your expat life smoothly and minimise the pressure.
1. Choose the right destination.
Moving to a new place is a thrilling adventure, so choosing the right destination for you will make the transition even smoother. Researching the customs, holidays, and cuisine can help you make up your mind on where you’d think you’d fit in the best. Keep in mind that every place is different, so drafting up a pro and con list can also facilitate your decision. If you are still undecided towards the end, you can also think about visiting the destination directly beforehand to see if it’s the right match for you.
Another travel post on the blog? Not really. Just a couple of lines to say goodbye to my little Bulgaria and greet the UK again. Our holiday in Bulgaria is coming to an end. A few more days and we are flying back to London.
Am a sad? No. I have enjoyed every bit of our long summer break. I love spending time with my mother, she is amazing and I adore her. This time, I have also taken full advantage of staying with her – no unpleasant everyday chores, no worries about the cooking and planning the weekly menu (well, I miss the cooking but I’ll be catching up with it soon. 😀 ). Thank you, mother! You are a star, I mean it.
I have met all those people close to my heart who make the homeland a place I want to return to. Now, it’s time to go back to our new home, the United Kingdom. It feels like home and we love it, it must be home then. And I miss it already.
Our family holiday is over. I told you we were going to Greece. We wanted a quiet, beautiful place. We got it. Actually, our expectations were totally beaten. My husband and I have visited Greece many times before and we know it is an enchanting country. But this year, we rediscovered it in a different way. On Thassos…
It felt like the perfect summer holiday. Because the island of Thassos turned out to be the perfect summer destination for us. I took a nice digital break just the way I intended, and instead of spending hours with either my phone or my laptop, I had fun with my family. We all had fun. Together.
I am sure many of you have been on Thassos – a gorgeous combination of sea and mountain. Still, I hope you don’t mind my sharing about our one-week stay.