Author: MyExpatFamily

Exploring the Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam

35 degrees, blazing sunshine and extreme humidity. What better way to spend a morning than dragging a 5 year old and a 3 year old through the Vietnamese jungle, crawling through claustrophobically thin tunnels up to 8m underground and all with a background soundtrack of live weapons fire from thrill seeking tourists paying $1/bullet to

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Five things to do in Hong Kong with Children

As ‘Asia’s World City’ travellers to the famous eastern metropolis would be right to assume that there is a wealth of things to do in Hong Kong. From shopping to sightseeing and lazy beaches to a bustling nightlife, Hong Kong really does have it all. Living in Guangzhou for the past 2 years, we have

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Guest Post: Falling in Love with Chinese Tea – Nanjing, China

To help network great travel & family blogs we are encouraging fellow writers to share featured guest posts with us. This week’s featured guest post is from the website Yatripandit.com. If you would like to feature as a guest writer, please contact us. Two brothers from another mothers, bound together by wanderlust & an intense

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Five Things to do in Beijing with Children

Beijing, China’s bustling capital city and home to some of the most impressive historic sitesΒ in the world. From the sheer scale of Tiananmen Square to the majestic sprawl of the nearby Great Wall, no trip to China would be complete without a visit to the country’s seat of power. Not as cosmopolitan as Shanghai or

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Tiananmen Square with Children

Visiting Tiananmen Square should rank highly on anybodies list when travelling in China. Named after the Tiananmen (Gate of Heavenly Peace) which separates it from the Forbidden City at it’s northern end, the square is enormous, having been expanded to four times it’s original size under Mao Zedong’s leadership in the 1950s. Mao’s vision was

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