Getting creative in front of the Guggenheim Museum of Contemporary Art in Bilbao, Spain (backtracking a bit, as we did not have the time to post this). Visiting a museum with kids can be fun! We try to expose our kiddos to as many different positive experiences as possible, which includes the places that we … Continue reading Museum with kids?? Yes, you can! Family fun at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
Here's a quicky on our current family fun camping at Dune du Pilat, close to Bordeaux, France. Stay tuned for more 🙂https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157194012541698&id=540646697&sfnsn=mo
Are we really going camping. . .with kids. . . for 6 weeks???!!! What about those cute and comfy little apartments with nice balconies, real beds, real bathrooms, hot water, kitchen, windows and doors?? Are we really going to save so much money by sleeping on somebody's piece of grass in a tent, with bugs … Continue reading Scared of going camping with your family? Don’t be! Here are the 17 must-haves to bring on your fun family camping trip
"What about your kids?," she says to me. She was a co-worker, mother of two. How will they survive in a country where they don't know the language. What about school? Naturally, for parents especially, we were asked these types of questions quite often while we were preparing to quit the job, change our family … Continue reading How to give your kids a gift of a new language for FREE. . .
So you've come to visit a city/town, hit all the need-to-see places, keep the kids engaged, and you only have a day or two. How do you do all that without losing your cool? Of course, kids get bored. We can only expect them to visit as many landmarks, museums and historical places, until they … Continue reading The best playgrounds in Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, Spain
So, you plan to have a unique cultural experience for your Easter in Spain (Holy Week/Semana Santa). Here's what to expect whether you are going to be in Jerez de la Fronterra or anywhere else in Spain, particularly the big towns in Andalucia this Easter week (14-21 April this year) or at some point in … Continue reading What not to miss, to expect and to do during Easter in Spain?
"Tata, we are gypsies, right?," my then 6-year old son Karol asked me. We were looking at a map, talking about his diverse friends in school, why we have moved from the "yellow house" to the "blue house" to the "white house" in the past two years, and our future plans to move elsewhere. Well, … Continue reading New gypsies: International Romani Day, 8 April