I can’t believe we are nearing our trip to Lapland to see Santa in his hometown. From having booked it all in February, to finally packing and getting ready to hop on that plane, the last ten months have flown past. And our time in Rovaniemi has been made all the more special with the help of the Visit Rovaniemi tourist board who have helped us create an amazing Lapland Bucket list for our winter visit to northern Finland. Here’s what’s in store for us next week.Continue reading “7 Amazing Lapland Bucket List Experiences with Visit Rovaniemi”
From science museums to children’s museums and transport museums, the world is a rich place when it comes to choosing museums to visit. But which ones are suitable for families travelling with kids, young and old. In a bid to find some more for our own family to visit in the future, I’ve asked my fellow bloggers to help me out and give me their recommendations on the best museums to visit with kids in the world.
Welcome back to another Wanderlust Kids linky.
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After giving you some ideas for the adults in the family it’s now time to share ideas for some Christmas gifts for kids who travel. As I mentioned in my post a few days ago, I prefer to be prepared rather than leaving things to the last minute, especially this year as we’ll be away for over a week before Christmas. So, if you’re trying to get prepared, let me help.
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It’s only a few weeks until Christmas, yes, I know, but we all need to start thinking about those all-important gifts. I, for one, am not a last-minute shopper and I’m sure there are plenty of you out there who like to be organised, the same as me. I’ve decided to concentration on Christmas Gifts for adults who travel in this post. Adults can be hard to buy for, especially those who travel quite often. So, I’ve tried to find some that will fit in with both their time away and their time at home.