Tag: travel

Ferry From Zadar to Pula with Kids  #MurphysDoCroatia

Ferry From Zadar to Pula with Kids #MurphysDoCroatia

148 Day Trip
The last month of our 148 day journey was totally a ‘fly by the seats of our pants’ kinda month.
Top 7 Things to do in Lyon with Kids

Top 7 Things to do in Lyon with Kids

148 Day Trip
The city of Lyon in France is a UNESCO world heritage site and was one of Chris’ favourite cities. We
24 Great Pictures from Málaga, Spain

24 Great Pictures from Málaga, Spain

148 Day Trip
Malága was the first of 35 cities that we recently visited on a 148 day trip through Europe and Morocco.
Spain With Kids Itinerary : Where To Go

Spain With Kids Itinerary : Where To Go

148 Day Trip
Since we spent 2 months exploring Spain with our kids, we’ve received a number of emails about visiting Spain with
Morocco Desert Drive With Kids #MurphysDoMorocco

Morocco Desert Drive With Kids #MurphysDoMorocco

148 Day Trip
Despite growing up in the deserts of Dubai and Bahrain, visiting the Sahara Desert had been a dream of mine
Impressions from Fes – The Mom’s View

Impressions from Fes – The Mom’s View

148 Day Trip
Fes was the first major Moroccan city we visited. Unsure of what to expect, we hopped a train in Tangiers
Top 5 Reasons to Visit Ronda

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Ronda

148 Day Trip
Ronda is a city unlike any other place I have visited. Located near the Spanish cities of Grenada, Málaga, and
Dolphin Spotting in Kalpitiya #MurphysDoSriLanka

Dolphin Spotting in Kalpitiya #MurphysDoSriLanka

South Asia
We’ve told you about the hardships we encountered during our travels through Sri Lanka and one of the many accommodation
Lounge Access Saves the Day, AGAIN #MurphysDoSriLanka

Lounge Access Saves the Day, AGAIN #MurphysDoSriLanka

Tips & Tricks
Travelling with young kids can be daunting as we all know, but having done quite a few trips with our
Grose Morne With Young Kids #MurphysDoNFLD

Grose Morne With Young Kids #MurphysDoNFLD

Canada
When we heard that a family wedding was taking place on the western side of Newfoundland the hub’s dad insisted that