I’m a British traveller with 20 countries explored so far, a proud mother of two children, Joshua 10 and Rosa 1. I enjoy leaving my base in London to pursue our passion of travelling the world. I set up the travel blog to give others an insight of how I travel the world.
We’ve spent the past 4 months traveling around Southeast Asia from temples in Chiang Mai to stunning beaches in the Gili islands, Indonesia, to world UNESCO sites like Halong Bay in Vietnam. Our latest trip was to Cape Verde in Africa where we got to experience swimming with sharks and seeing a real desert mirage on the island of Sal.
Here at Single Mum Travels we love celebrating what it truly is to be a globetrotting parent with kids in tow. I know it’s not easy to get started on your first trip abroad, I like to share my tips and advice with you on how I made it possible to travel with kids even though I held fears of safety and sanity. So far we’ve enjoyed every country and every life changing experience that’s come with it.
Here you’ll get to discover our authentic photographs and experiences of our travels to wonderful and educating locations around the world. Let the adventures unfold into stories, tips and advice, we share our experiences with you because if we can travel, so can you!
When vacationing as a single parent with kids, everything needs to be just right to keep the stress levels down. A timeshare can make the vacation more enjoyable, it’s large enough for everyone and even comes with a kitchen making feeding the kids easier. When in Orlando, a Westgate Lakes timeshare and a Westgate Vacation Villas timeshare are both great choices.
With the festive season fast approaching and cold nights setting in, there's nothing better than snuggling up warm to your loved ones in comfortable, stylish pyjamas. Single Mum Travels has teamed up with The Pyjama Factory to review exactly why we think their pyjamas stand out from the rest.
Congratulations for embarking on this huge adventure with your baby or children. I know from experience it can be a stressful time trying to arrange all the details of a holiday or long-haul flight, I've been there, many times! I want to share my top tips and experience on how to make it easy, enjoyable and part of the holiday experience.
You can't miss Koh Lanta Old Town whilst here on this beautiful paradise island which is why I've put together the best things to do in Koh Lanta Old Town. Koh Lanta is separated into two very different experiences; The west coast with all the beaches and the east coast home to the Historic Old Town of Koh Lanta.
Koh Lanta Guide - Your Ultimate Travel Guide Read our ultimate Koh Lanta travel guide for everything to see, do, stay and get around. Koh Lanta is the perfect Thai island with few crowds, long golden sandy beaches, clear warm waters. An island that isn’t too over-developed or crowded but has enough facilities to live comfortably as water, electricity and Wi-Fi are readily available. Koh Lanta certainly hits the sweet spot of all the Thai Islands between remoteness and crowds. I've visited Koh Lanta a few times this year. It’s the ideal island for both holiday makers and digital nomads with a...
TOP 5 BEACHES IN OMAN YOU HAVE TO VISIT Here are the top 5 beaches in Oman you have to visit. Oman has stunning beaches, golden sand, clear waters, hot weather and sunshine all year round. The beaches of Oman make the perfect holiday for beach lovers and sun seekers. 1) Ras al Hadd - also known as Turtle Beach. Ras Al Hadd beach is located on the eastern tip of Oman, below Muscat and nearby the port town of Sur lays. The beach is home to Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve which covers 120 sq km, it is estimated that the protected area...
Everyone has heard it but what is a bucket lis? How do you get started and create one and best of all check off your list? Here I tell you how to make a bucket list and live it. My bucket list consisted of two things; places I wanted to visit that inspired me and secondly things I wanted to experience in my life.
For solo travellers and single parents looking for the best tips on planning worst case scenarios when travelling. It's good practice to have a contingency plan just incase things don't go the way they should. Whether in your own country or abroad where you may not speak the local language or know your way around.