Wanderlust Kids #12

Hello everyone and welcome back to the Wanderlust Kids linky. We didn’t have one in April as I was travelling and to be honest, was enjoying myself with BattleKid in Ireland too much. Then May somehow slipped by as well thanks to the dreaded GDPR. But I’m finally back with Wanderlust Kids.

So, what has been happening since our last Wanderlust Kids? Well, BattleKid and I had a great road trip in Ireland over Easter where we visited lots of castles, and I even kissed the Blarney Stone! We visited a zoo, had a fun day out in Dublin acting as tourists and also visited the awesome Children’s Museum in Dublin. May has been quiet with the good weather finally making a comeback. And as you read this post I am winging my way to Scotland for the first time ever for a girl’s weekend away with my sisters and a dear friend.

Now that we have the catch up out of the way, thank you to everyone who linked up to the last Wanderlust Kids linky. As always, I’ve loved reading everyone’s posts. Without further ado, here are my featured and special mention posts from Wanderlust Kids #11.

Featured Post from Wanderlust Kids #11

Jenny from Travelynn Family linked up her post about trekking in the Himalayas with kids. I would never have thought it possible until I read her post. It looked like an incredible trip to do with their boys and their guide sounds simply wonderful. If you haven’t read it yet, click the link above and read Jenny’s post.

Special Mention Post from Wanderlust Kids #11

Annette from Four Acorns shared her post about visiting Chalencon and the Devil’s Bridge. The castle looks incredible, definitely somewhere I’d love to explore with BattleKid, and the bridge looks amazing. Annette has included some awe-inspiring pictures in her post, so be sure to check them out.


Wanderlust Kids #11 Other Great Posts

Annabel from Smudged Postcard linked up her post about visiting York as a family. They managed to explore the city walls and the National Railway Museum looks interesting too.

Lisa of Baby Loves Travel shared her post about visiting the aquarium in San Sebastian. The tunnel inside sounds fantastic.

Lydia from Holidazes and Hellidaze shared her post about visiting the Folly of Parc Mon-Repos in Lausanne, whose grounds look incredible.

Ruth of Mummy and the Mexicans linked up her post about visiting the Mexico City Aquarium. This sounds like a great aquarium with over 300 species of marine life, enough to keep little people occupied for a while.

The Mamma Fairy shared her review of the Heikotel Am Stadtpark in Hamburg. It sounds like a really good hotel and one I’ll be keeping in mind should we ever visit Hamburg.

Rupreet from Rupeat shared her top ten travel tips for visiting Kenya with a toddler. She has some great tips including some great ones about pre-made formula and nappies.

And last but not least, Liberty from Liberty on the Lighter Side linked up her post about their visit to Mount Congreve in County Waterford. It has beautiful gardens as evident by Liberty’s pictures on her post.


Every month I love seeing what posts people are linking up and I love reading them all. They always give me serious Wanderlust no matter what the subject or where on the world they are about. I must say a big thank you again to everyone joining in with Wanderlust Kids.

This month I am linking up my review of the JetKids BedBox, the next generation in kids cabin bags. It’s an awesome piece of kit and one I think will help flying with BattleKid be even easier.

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open from the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be a day out, a family holiday, a travel review, somewhere new your children have discovered or a post with hints and tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will choose 3 of my favourite posts to mention.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Alternatively, if you’d prefer not to add the badge, simply link back to this post.

Please make sure you visit a few other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use the #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached to it. Each month I will pick my favourites to showcase. I cannot believe how well this little community is growing and appreciate everyone who has adopted the #wanderlustkids on Instagram.

And last but not least, I’ve created a Wanderlust Kids group on Facebook. The idea behind it was that not everyone who travels with their kids will have a blog. So, by creating the group we can share our posts and travel tips with non-bloggers, and maybe even help each other out by sharing advice or ideas about travelling with your kids. I don’t know if the group will go anywhere, but I’d love it if you could join up and add anyone you think might benefit from the group. Feel free to share your travel blog posts there too!

I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration. And if you’re wondering about what types of posts have been linked up before, just search for “Wanderlust Kids” to find previous linky posts.

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