The floating reed villages of Lake Titicaca are a must visit when traveling in Peru or Bolivia. At 3812m high, Lake Titicaca is South America’s largest lake and the world’s highest navigable body of water. The Uros floating reed village is the perfect day trip from Puno. Continue reading Floating reed villages of Lake Titicaca
Following a previous post where I wrote about the 15 countries our first son Ilyas had been to before 1.5 years of age, below is the map of the 30 countries he has now visited at the age of 3 years and 4 months. List of continents and countries: Europe: Switzerland, Germany, France, UK, Netherlands, … Continue reading 30 countries, 6 continents; and he is only 3 years old!
Knowing that one pays almost nothing for flights for babies below the age of 2, we decided to travel as far as possible before our firstborn’s second birthday in February 2017. Back then, the destination of choice was New Zealand. With the second child’s upcoming second birthday approaching, I wanted to take advantage of the … Continue reading 3 kids 4 countries 6 flights 23 days – how & what to pack?
Innsbruck had been on my list of places to visit for the longest time and I am glad we finally made it there recently. It was our first road trip as a family of 5 and we made sure to break the 4+ hour journey so the kids could stretch their legs and us parents … Continue reading An Innsbruck (Austrian) Weekend
Cruising in general is something many associate to be a method of travel for older people. After our third cruise last year (first time with kids), all I can say is – I cannot wait to go on our next cruise in 2019! Important to note that most cruise lines impose a strict minimum age … Continue reading 5 reasons to take your kids on a cruise holiday
Claiming an estimated 300 lives a year, it is no surprise that this road north of La Paz was once dubbed the most dangerous road in the world. If you are a thrill seeker, biking down the Death Road when visiting Bolivia has to be on your list of things to do. The van picked us … Continue reading The time I fell twice biking down the Death Road in La Paz
If you’re looking for raw natural beauty with the most amazing landscapes, the little town of San Pedro de Atacama in northern Chile should definitely be a destination to visit on your list. With an average rainfall of 1mm a year, the Atacama Desert is the driest non-polar desert in the world. We crossed into … Continue reading San Pedro de Atacama, Chile