Monthly Archives: June 2016

A couple of weeks ago we went to visit the Irukandji shark and Ray Centre at Bobs farm as part of our weekend away at Port Stephens. We were all excited to visit the Shark and Ray centre, although a little wary of what we were going to encounter. Stepping […]

Irukandji Shark and Ray centre

Travelling cost money, it doesn’t matter how you do it, whether it’s camping or staying in luxury hotels, it will cost you. Lots of people think they can’t save for travel, it’s out of their reach. But if I, as a single mum, can do it so can you! In […]

Saving for travel Series; setting up a budget.

Today the younger children in this family board a plane to America for a three week holiday with their father.   I not sure how I feel. They are so excited, they are going to Disneyland and Hawaii! I don’t know how to feel about it.  They have been looking forward […]

When your children travel without you.

  Once a month I am going to ask the kids what there favourite experiences while travelling have been so far. This month I asked Amber (21 years old). What is one of the experiences you have loved so far? The luge was something we all could do together in Queenstown. […]

Kids recommend – Skyline Luge Queenstown

I love free stuff! I was very surprised at the amount of free places in Canberra there are to visit! Here is my top five!   Australian War Memorial The war memorial is one of our favourite places to visit, they have a huge variety of exhibitions to interest everybody. […]

5 FREE places to visit in Canberra!

Disclosure- All opinions are my own, I have no affiliates or connections to Blackheath Glen Holiday park. On arrival at the Blackheath Glen holiday park I knew I had picked the right place to pitch the tent for a couple of nights, while we explored the Blue Mountians.  The quiet, inviting […]

Blackheath Glen Tourist Park – review.