Tips to help children deal with the holiday heat
Any parent will know that children and hot, sunny weather aren’t always as good a match as we’d like them to be. Dreams of long happy days playing at the beach can quickly give way to tantrums and demands to go inside, and that’s before you’ve dealt with the warmth at bedtime. To help make your holiday as stress-free as it should be for you and your little ones, the travel experts at Thomas Cook got in touch with Single Mum Travels. Here, they give us their top tips for helping your children deal with the holiday heat.
Koh Lanta
Koh Lanta (เกาะลันตา) is a beautiful island off the Andaman Coast in Southern Thailand in the Krabi Province. It has become known for long white sandy beaches, dive sites and more recently an ideal location to take a family vacation. I decided to visit Koh Lanta’s Old Town whilst here on this beautiful island paradise. I read it was more laid back than the islands West coast where the beaches are situated. We hired a minivan with AC to take us 18km which was about a 30 minute drive along narrow twisting roads down south on the east side of...
How to find Train Street Hanoi
So maybe you've heard about the trains that run next to the houses down the narrow streets of Hanoi? How to find Hanoi Train Street, located just West in the Old Quarter sits A quirky part of town where motorbikes and tuk-tuks no longer seem the biggest danger to locals stepping outside of their homes. The danger is now replaced by large occupying trains that rumble through the residential streets of Hanoi, only inches away from children playing and running, locals peeling vegetables and cooking broth, washing their laundry and cleaning their dishes by the tracks - This is...
Gili Trawangan Indonesia
I took my kids to Gili Trawangan and loved it so much, the beaches were simply pristine, the reef and fish were amazing, not to forget seeing Mount Agung Volcano in Bali from the beach!!!
Tiger Cave Temple
Climbing Tiger Cave Temple is one of the hardest things I have ever done in my life so far, climbing to the summit with my 4-month old baby in her carrier on my back and Joshua a few paces ahead was unreal. Surrounded by tropical rainforest, there are 1,237 steps to the summit which features a huge golden Buddha statue (the largest in Krabi), several shrines, Buddhas foot print along with a few tiger paw prints (which gives it the name of 'Tiger Cave Temple' or 'Wat Tham Suea) can all be found here.
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