Visiting Cartagena with kids was a great decision for our yearly spring break trip! The historic, colonial-era city is located in the north of Colombia, and is brimming with architecture, culture, and kid-friendly activities. When my family decided to visit during April, we split our time between Cartagena’s two areas: the walled city, and a nearby island. Besides a great way to escape the New York cold, it also provided us with a dual perspective on how wonderfully diverse a trip to Cartagena with kids can be!Continue reading “Cartagena with kids”
Author: Gunjan Prakash
Skiing in Zermatt with Kids
I first saw the Matterhorn on a Toblerone wrapper when I was a
Kartrite Waterpark: The Newest Waterpark on the East Coast
America’s newest indoor waterpark is now open, so of course my kids had to check it out! Turns out, it makes for a great family trip. Located in the scenic Catskills (New York), the waterpark features over 300 beautifully designed suites for guests. Plus, there is a spa and various non-water entertainment options. The Kartrite definitely stands out from the numerous other indoor waterparks we have visited.Continue reading “Kartrite Waterpark: The Newest Waterpark on the East Coast”
WHY WE ATTENDED SUMMER CAMP IN SPAIN
“I have made it my mission as a mother, to expose my kids to various cultures and customs while they are young enough to feel the sense of wonder, I remember so well from my own growing-up years.” By Gunjan Prakash
Ever since I was seven or eight years old, I remember my parents taking me on summer vacations abroad. Visiting different countries, trying diverse foods, and waking up in hotels around the world was the highlight of my childhood. These early trips taught me the value of experiences over possessions — a lesson I’ve never forgotten.
As a parent myself, I want to make sure I instill the same love of travel in my kids. So, I started by taking them on trips when they were very young. Today, I have made it my mission as a mother, to expose my kids to various cultures and customs while they are young enough to feel the sense of wonder, I remember so well from my own growing-up years. And what better way to introduce them to different cultures than to put them in an international summer camp?
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Olympic-themed winter at Lake Placid with kids
Lake Placid is an adorable town in upstate New York. It’s most famous for hosting the 1980 Winter Olympic Games, including the men’s hockey “Miracle On Ice.”
There are many winter activities to participate in — from bobsledding to snowshoeing to skiing to ice skating, there is sure to be something for everyone. And if you need a break from all the snowy fun, Lake Placid has a cute downtown area to browse.
Out of all East Coast ski destinations I’ve visited, I found Lake Placid to be the most vibrant and active. Plus, decorations during the holiday season make the place look magical!Continue reading “Olympic-themed winter at Lake Placid with kids”
Experience relaxation in Vietnam at The Angsana Hotel
If you are looking to spend a few days in Vietnam to relax and move at a slower pace, the Angsana Lang Co is a great resort to visit. The resort is situated on East Sea and surrounded by the lush green forests of the Truong Son mountain range at Laguna Lăng Cô. The Angsana Hotel is a beautiful, secluded, luxurious waterfront retreat located near the remote village of Lang Co. It shares the property with The Banyan Tree resort. While The Banyan Tree is catered more towards couples, Angsana is definitely a family resort. Because it is located outside of Vietnam’s main cities, the Angsana is great value price-wise for both a kid-friendly and luxury resort.
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