In the spring I attended a conference in Hamburg and had the opportunity to do some sightseeing too, just me, without the kids. A rarity! Coming to Hamburg, I had few preconceptions and had little knowledge of this city. All I knew is that Hamburg is a German city that’s also one of the biggest […]
Bristol is a vibrant British city with a rich history involving slave trade, engineering and so much more. A perfect backdrop for a photowalk, wanderign the city, snapping pictures, observing the details of a bustling life.
Denmark has topped the Happiness index for 40 years now. The Danes are happy despite, or may be in spite of, the long, dreary winters and short cool summers; They put their sense of well-being and contentedness down to the Danish cultural phenomenon HYGGE (pronounced: who- ggeh). Ever since first hearing about a happiness index, […]
Budapest is a stunningly beautiful city, with lots to do for adults and kids. In February we embarked on a different kind of sightseeing, taking us into the less touristy areas of the city too: The plan was to take 10 different means of public transport, we managed 8: regional train tram trolleybus millennial underground […]
Continuing the weekend of themed 3, 2, 1… Go London! fun We had an action packed day thus far. The Littlest already bailed, but Angelina and Hugo had been keen to go out and find some answers to the Top Secret mission.
A 3, 2, 1…Go London! … with a twist! Spectre has hit the big screen with rave reviews and renewed interest in spies, mystery and intrigue. What better theme to choose for a weekend in London at the moment than a James Bond theme? (Or Spy kids theme for mykids , who have yet to […]