My family loves to travel, as documented on this blog. Maybe it’s more accurate to say that I passed on this love for exploration to our children, making travel a regular part of our lives and something we look forward to each time. As much as traveling can be exciting and full of promise, it’s… Continue reading How to Travel Around the World — With Kids In Tow!
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5 Kid-Friendly Science and Innovation Museums
Don’t you think children are such sponges for learning? Luckily, there are so many places where we can take them where they can observe the world and its wonderful creatures. I’m talking about marinas, zoos, aquariums as well as centers for space, technology, and innovation. When we find ourselves in a city with something educational… Continue reading 5 Kid-Friendly Science and Innovation Museums
The Most Spectacular Show in the Sky: The Aurora Borealis (Norway, Part 3)
So here we are on our fourth day in Tromsø, on our final attempt to catch the Northern Lights. Many people consider catching a sight of the Northern Lights, aka the Aurora Borealis, as part of their bucket list, but you must know that there are no guarantees about seeing this. While there are tools to know the… Continue reading The Most Spectacular Show in the Sky: The Aurora Borealis (Norway, Part 3)
Tromsø: The Arctic City, Dog Sledding, and Chasing the Northern Lights (Norway, Part 2)
Past the freezing Arctic Circle, far into the northeastern part of Norway is the city of Tromsø — and the second leg of our Arctic Adventure.