I get asked quite frequently for tips on flying with young children. I don’t profess to be an expert, we haven’t done any super long haul flights (think Aus to Europe), but we have conquered many short – mid haul flights with kids in tow. The important thing to remember is no two flights will
We travelled to Rarotonga recently as part of our work with Jetstar (our Jetstar review will be added shortly), and were lucky enough to stay at Nautilus Resort in Muri Beach. Before I continue I would just like to say a huge thank you to Jane, Paul and the fabulous team at both Nautilus and
The Cook Islands flow through their blood, and through my heart. Their place of origin, my place of peace. Memories captured, solace and serenity sought. Enjoy our photo montage. An ode to our second home.
A TASTE OF THE ISLAND LIFE It’s kind of hard to believe that even after having a Husband & two children who are Cook Islander, we had yet to make the trip there. Thankfully, Ava’s brother decided to get married on Rarotonga, which made for the perfect excuse for us to take the plunge (lame
Ava and I have always enjoyed cruising, before we were married we had already completed 2 cruises, then decided we would do one for our honeymoon. Side note: this is NEVER a good idea when in the first trimester of pregnancy – vomiting is fun on land, you should try it on a rocking boat