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How to Save Money on Flights with Skyscanner

Finding cheap flights with skyscanner travel blog

We all want to save money on flights, right? Of all the tools we use for finding bargains in the travel world, Skyscanner is number 1. This week we saved ourselves £100 per person, £300 total, on flights to Sri Lanka, just through getting clever with this tool. Let me walk you through a few tricks. Of […]

Taking Pinterest to the Next Level

Grow your blog with Pinterest

Pinterest is becoming a big news. Over 70% of my social media traffic now comes from Pinterest, new readers and contacts are finding World Travel Family through my boards and traffic is up around 40% on last month, it’s all Pinterest. My Google search traffic, formerly 75% of my total traffic, is down to under […]

Finding Cheap Cruises

Finding cheap cruises travel blog

What do you think about cruising? If you think it’s just for rich, old people who enjoy dinner dances, you’d be wrong, these days there is a ship for everyone. In January this year we enjoyed our first ever cruise, in April we took our second.We wouldn’t take two if we hadn’t loved it. We […]

Bad Internet. Kampot Cambodia.

Kampot Cambodia

I’ve never experienced internet as bad and as unpredictable as here in Kampot Cambodia, anywhere. OK, it was really bad in our guest house in Phnom Penh, but we left after 1 night so it didn’t really have time to get to me, but Kampot, on the river, is a nice place, we wanted to […]

Hotel in Battambang Cambodia

Family room hotel Battambang Cambodia

  We loved Battambang, this is the sort of town that’s great to just hang out for a few days, or weeks. It has a good vibe, quieter streets and a lovely riverside walk with a playground for the kids ( and grown ups!). The area around Battambang is also wonderful to explore, you’ll find […]

One Day Tour of Battambang Cambodia

Ancient temple battambang cambodia

Everyone knows about the Bamboo Railway in Battambang, but there are many more things to do and see in this cool Cambodian town. It’s the second largest town in the country and lies in the heart of rice growing country. Despite it’s size, Battambang retains is a quiet riverside charm and remnants of French colonial […]

A Challenging Week in Siem Reap

Deep fried tarantulas.Night Market Siem Reap

What a week we had in Siem Reap, Cambodia. A family travel rollercoaster, dazzling highs and anxious, dark (literally) lows. This is one of those “what we’ve been doing on the road” posts, so lots of chatty stuff about us and a little hard information. I’ll write the detailed posts later and eventually link to […]

Where to Stay in Bangkok: Silom

Silom Bangkok. Eating bugs.

We keep coming back to Bangkok because we love it. Also because Bangkok is a transport hub of this part of the world. That title has shifted towards Kuala Lumpur recently with the rise of Air Asia, but Bangkok is still where you need to be for overland connections. It’s also cheaper than Kuala Lumpur, […]

Getting to Siem Reap from Bangkok

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It’s a lot easier to get to Siem Reap from Bangkok than it was in 2000. The last time we travelled overland in South East Asia we had to cross the border on the back of a pick-up truck. These days you can do it in relative comfort. Good buses take you right the way […]

Dubai. Camel Safari in The Desert.

A Camel Safari in the desert. Dubai family fun travel.

 Use this direct pinning button to bookmark this image to Pinterest ( it helps us a lot!) A Desert Safari in Dubai with Camel Riding Last night was the most fun we’ve had in a long time, and that’s saying a lot! The boys and I are in Dubai for a brief visit before catching our […]