Have you ever eaten a crispy, deep fried prawn head before? ⠀
This is a huge talking point in our dinners. Most guests actually haven’t eaten one before and here they’re faced with the opportunity to try something new! ⠀
What does it taste like? Well, some say it reminds them of “tempura”, others think of potato chips but I personally believe it tastes a lot like pork rinds 🦐🤤
The most challenging part travelling with a toddler is from the time you get them prepared on their seat until the plane departs and minutes until seat belt sign is off
We’re talking not just about minutes of waiting time (lucky enough if the plane departs the runway swiftly). If not, it’s an hour or more of excruciating boredom and holding time for them with their seatbelt and we all can imagine how impatient they can get
Usually my best aid is an Ipad and a headphone, it keeps @iamkyleli busy. But there are times where he just really become impatient just like my case here in one of our flight, he wanted to
sit in my lap
Since @iamkyleli grew up getting used to listen to a lot of explanations from me, I sort of managed to let him understand why he’s not allowed to move when seat belt sign is ON. I explained about his and everyone’s safety and showed why everyone stays on their seat
To make sure that he understands, I ran a quick check and made him proud that he actually understand some plane ride protocol. And it worked because it becomes automatic for him to check it out before urging me for anything in all our travels
Hope this #traveltip is useful to travelling parents like me ❤️ Remember, that we don’t need to stress ourselves and stress our kids too. Educating our children is the best way to let them understand different situations in real life. Once they get it, you can always get away with it. You dont have to deal with the same situation everytime. If you have some tips to share, you’re very welcome to leave a comment 😍 #WandermomPh#WMtravels#Parenting#TravelTips#WanderKyle
Heute ist mir erst wieder aufgefallen, wie schwer es ist auf der Reise nicht nur alles im Kopf schön zu finden, sondern auch mit dem Herzen. Denn je länger man sich in ähnlichen Ländern aufhält, desto mehr wird alles normal für einen und ist nicht immer besonders.
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Granada remained the last foothold of the Moors in Spain following the Catholic Kings’ ‘reclamation’ of Spain for Christianity. However, the Jewish, Gypsy and Islamic influences have remained, creating a city rich in experiences. #TravelTuesday#TravelTip#holiday#travel#clcworld
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Come promesso vi lascio tutte le info per organizzare la vostra visita, salvate il post se lo ritenete utile perchè online le informazioni non sono complete!⠀
-BIGLIETTO potete acquistarlo dal sito ufficiale con 3 mesi di anticipo! (Scelta caldamente consigliata, le file sul posto sono lunghe e non è detto che siano rimasti biglietti sufficienti perché la maggior parte della vendita è online)⠀
-COME ARRIVARE dovrete prendere il treno fino alla stazione di "El Chorro". Da lì c'è un bus navetta che vi porta all'ingresso nord in circa 20 minuti. Una volta arrivati all'ingresso, bisogna percorrere un sentiero poco impegnativo lungo 3km (circa 40 minuti) che vi porterà all'entrata vera e propria del caminito.⠀
-TEMPI Come detto dal momento in cui scendete dal treno all'entrata del percorso passerà circa un'ora, poi per percorrere tutto il Caminito (lungo 5km) impiegherete dalle 3 alle 4 ore, a seconda del vostro ritmo. Alla fine del percorso sarete a 500mt dalla stazione dei treni per ritornare a casa. Se arrivate in treno, vi consiglio caldamente di andare li in mattinata (massimo per le 10) perché i treni di ritorno sono solo 2, di cui il secondo passa alle 18. Dopo di che non ci sono altri mezzi pubblici che vi riportano a Malaga!⠀
P.s.: se al momento dell'acquisto, i biglietti per la mattina sono esauriti, acquistateli per qualunque altro orario disponibile, entrerete comunque all'orario in cui vi presentate. Es. Noi abbiamo comprato i biglietti per le 14:30 ma alle 11:40 eravamo li e a mezzogiorno siamo entrati. 😉
In Chengde, a city 200km north of Beijing, it is not difficult to enjoy the many beautiful temples and mountain scenery.
The Putuo Zongcheng temple was modeled like the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. This temple has it all: great colours, the view, spirituality, history, ... We didn't see any foreign tourists here. The whole city seems to be visited by Chinese people. If you are looking for a place worth visiting out of the normal route, this is the place to be.
We stayed in a great Airbnb just around the corner from the main square in Barranco, The old city neighborhood in Lima. We absolutely loved the feel & look of this area. A stark contrast to the more well known Miraflores neighborhood, which is full of high rises and big malls. We found a few great restaurants and craft beer bars. But just hanging out in the plaza or weekend markets was just as fun. Walk through the main park downs row of people selling handmade products towards the water for spectacular views of Lima’s cliff side cityscape! Peru June 2018