There are so many fantastic travel blogs and websites out there. I’ve spent my week discovering and connecting with other travellers and writers, and I’d like to share a few with you.
Here are some travel stories (and one that isn’t anything to do with travel) from other bloggers for inspiration for your next family travel adventure, whether it’s in your own city or somewhere else on your travel bucket list.
Find some time this weekend to make a cup of coffee or tea, and be inspired by the following travel reads!
Our Trip On Spirit Of Tasmania With Kids by our3kidsvtheworld. Have you ever wondered what it’s like on the Spirit of Tasmania ship, sailing from Melbourne to Devonport?
5 Benefits Of Babywearing While Travelling by Fouraroundtheworld. This is a great post on the benefits of carrying your baby in a baby carrier (such as an Ergo) instead of using a pram/stroller.
Why Visiting Slovenia Should Be On Your Travel Wish List by Not A Ballerina. If you’re planning on visiting Croatia, then here are some reasons why you should also visit neighbouring Slovenia!
The Hardest Time In A Marriage by Middle Aged Mama. Okay, so this has NOTHING to do with family travel, but it’s a great piece about middle aged married couples.
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4 thoughts on “Weekend Reads. Inspiring Travel. #2”
I’m just off to boil the kettle…
Great, I might join you!
Thank you so much for mentioning our post, I have only just found it today! I received a pingback notification when you published it but I didn’t know what it was so I deleted it! I just worked it out tonight through a post I just uploaded and then went back and approved yours! Sorry about that, better late than never!
Such a beginner! Off to bed now have a great Thursday,
Thanks Sally, not a problem and I’m sure you’re not the first to do this 🙂