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Feeding Frenzy at Chiang Mai Zoo, Thailand

Chiang Mai Zoo – An interactive festival of feeding animals On a beautiful day in Chiang Mai, we set out to visit the Chiang Mai zoo with 4 other traveling families. I’m normally not a fan of zoos, but admit that the Chiang Mai zoo was one of the most interactive zoos we’ve ever experienced. […]

The thrill of escalators.

The Joy of Escalator Riding

There were many shouts of joy when they spotted the first one and it never diminished. My children are 4 & 2 years old. Discovering places with us, they feel our sense of adventure and it doesn’t matter where we are as long as there is adventure for them as well. In Kuala Lumpur, the […]

The childish Art of Luggage Riding

Air Travel with Toddlers Made Easy

Getting through an airport can be quite an affair alone, but add two small children and the anxiety level can rise quickly. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know that our chosen lifestyle involves lots of travel. We love to discover new places, but getting to them can be tedious. In […]

Happy Holidays from the Kings!

The Making of a Tropical Christmas Tree

Tis’ the season!  Here we are in the heat and humidity with the AC running, the skies are blue, and the sun is shining through the palm trees.  There is a palm print couch in our living room, banana trees printed on our curtains and a pile of sand on our floor.  And as we […]

First Time in First Class

To fly from Costa Rica to Belize, we had two choices.  The first was an economy fare that entailed a 23 hour journey.  The second was executive class, which took 3 1/2 hours.  The price for first class was actually less than the economy, so it made the decision a no-brainer.  I booked all four […]

costa rica superstition

A Costa Rican Superstition come True

I like superstitions. There is something fun and magical about them. I’d like to think that the creative energy that propels this wonderful world likes to play fun games with us.  I really wanted to believe this one.  It would mean a lot of changes for our family and a new-found independence.