Monthly Archives: June 2010

How much sport can 2 kids play?

Oliver has spent the last 2 terms at Mongo Football Academy. We swapped from AC Milan due to distance. He is absolutely loving it! I don’t know if the same can be said for his mother once we have picked … Continue reading

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School Disco

The kids had a great time at the crazy hair themed school disco. Oliver was very happy that due to space this year the k-2 disco was held before the Yr 3-6 disco. Going to the disco when its dark … Continue reading

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Bangkok!

Arriving at 11pm at night we were happy to reach our riverside hotel which luckily had escaped incident considering it was only a short distance from the action. We did all the touristy sights the first day – which wasn’t … Continue reading

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Time for the Beach!

Next stop Krabi for 4 days of sun, sea and sand. Oliver’s main objective was to see James Bond Island, the rest of us were happy to get out and enjoy the more relaxed side of Thailand. We had some … Continue reading

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To the border & beyond

After so much adrenaline we were ready for some cultural encounters. We headed off to Chiang Rai where we got to experience the White Temple, a work in progress. It is just one of the most amazing & stunning temples … Continue reading

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From trekking with Elephants to ziplining with Gibbons

Up early we were off to the markets to stock up on bananas. From there we headed North up into the mountains to meet the gentle giants that would be our companions on our trek. Due to the lack of tourists … Continue reading

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Thailand & dodging the inevitable!

Thailand is one of the most family friendly holiday destinations in the world. One thing is for sure – Thais love children, especially children from other countries, so much so that wherever we went, the kids were well looked after … Continue reading

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