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things to do in Luang Prabang Laos

Things to do in Luang Prabang – With Kids or Without

  Luang Prabang sits at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers in northern Laos. It’s a beautiful place, like a timeshift into a romantic vision of historic Indochina. The architecture is a mix of the best of French colonial and Buddhist, so it comes as no surprise that the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.   It’s a sophisticated place.  The...

things to do in Siem Reap with kids

Things to do in Siem Reap with Kids or Without

This post was most recently updated on 5 days ago Things to do in Siem Reap with Kids or Without The Obvious – Visit the Temples   Anyone and everyone who is arriving in Siem Reap will, of course, visit Angkor Wat. And it’s a must.  However, it is tiring, and it takes time. Here are the wrinkles I learned.   If you try to do all of Angkor Wat in...

Things to do in Oman with Kids or Without

This post was most recently updated on 4 days ago  Things to do in Oman with kids or without   Explore Muscat   If you know the Middle East and the Arabian love of building skyscrapers in the desert, then Muscat may come as a surprise to you or a delight.  There is only one building in the whole city of more than nine stories. As if in penance for its...

Things to do in Chiang Rai – with Kids or without

This post was most recently updated on 3 days agoChiang Rai is a small town in northern Thailand, known especially for its White Temple. We visited Chiang Rai on our way from Chiang Mai to Laos and stayed for a few days – read below about things to do in Chiang Rai with kids or without.   Things to do in Chiang Rai with Kids   Visit the White Temple...

girl standing at the mural with orangutans in Kuching, things to do in kuching with kids

Things to do in Kuching – With Kids or Without

This post was most recently updated on 3 weeks ago  Kuching is a city in South-West of Malaysian Borneo, it’s the capital of Sarawak. Kuching (Kucing) means cat in Malay. No one knows why the town is named “cat” (though there are different theories about it) but we do know that the name was given by Charles Brooke, the white Rajah of the...

IVF in India – My Success Story

This post was most recently updated on 3 weeks agoIndia was the craziest and most amazing place I have been. India also had the single biggest impact on my life by giving me two beautiful daughters. We arrived in Bombay as newly-weds and working expats. We already knew that we would have to have an in-vitro conception, and before arriving in India we had visited...