Being a former British settlement you expect a few echoes of the British empire to linger here in Penang. One faint echo that shows no signs of dying out is the rather refined practice of afternoon tea or high tea. We recently decided to go a bit fancy and attended one of the cafes
Reading up on a place’s history, culture, economy etc is a fun part of preparing to visit a new destination, for me at least. I like to skim through a few wikipedia pages, maybe pick up a ye olde dead-tree guide book, and generally familiarise myself with how a place fits into the world.
I, Tanya, wrote this post long ago, back in the days before we were joined by our wonderful daughter, Zoe. Now that we have been through the cycle of pregnancy, birth and have a toddler running around it is about time we published this. First, let’s get one thing straight. I am not pregnant,
In talking to people curious about our life it is common for them to say they wish they could do something similar. There are a few reasons people typically provide for why they cannot. One of them is… “It’s fine for you but I have a mortgage.” Well guess what? So do we.
Going on a trip and wondering what to pack? This is not a full travel packing list but here are four ultralight backpacking essentials that should be in everyone’s bag. A Child Sized Headlamp Buy a headlamp meant for children to use as emergency lighting. They are smaller, lighter and cheaper than an adult
Are you looking for a stretchy baby wrap that isn’t one of those super stretchy stretchy wraps? One that you don’t feel like you and your little one are cooking in when you wear it? Well, I have found the perfect stretchy but not too stretchy baby wrap… For today’s wrap review I