When I was pregnant I loved a babymoon and we had a great time on both of staycation babymoon and our babymoon in Oman. But how you you plan a stress-free babymoon? In this guide we round up the best babymoon tips to help you plan a stree-free babymoon trip. View Post
When I was pregnant with my daughter we were based in the Middle East and an obvious choice for a babymoon was Dubai. But is a babymoon in Dubai a good idea? And if so what are the best things to do on a Dubai Babymoon and what should you know before travelling to Dubai while pregnant? View Post
We loved a babymoon when I was pregnant with the Wandermust baby! However since then zika has come along which has affected many of the traditional beach destinations for babymoons around the world! In this post, me and some of my favourite travel bloggers reveal their favourite Zika free beach destinations for babymoons around the world to give you inspiration for safe places to travel for some R&R before your little bundle of joy arrives! View Post
I have never really been one to stay in my own country for holidays. Something that I actually regret now we live in a country that is only 11,000km. But when I hit the point of no return mark – aka the airlines will not let you fly anymore, Wandermust Daddy and I decided that we would do a Doha staycation to enjoy one of our last baby-free weekends!
I never had that lovely pregnancy glow – just the morning sickness sweats! There wasn’t a toilet within a ten mile radius that I hadn’t stuck my head down. You see I was one of those unfortunate people that suffered morning sickness until my third trimester. I had a brief period of restate before it had an encore. On top of that, my morning sickness was more a morning, noon and night sickness having more oral expulsions than Krakatoa! For me, not travelling during pregnancy was a no no. I have to travel regularly for work and if I was doing that I was sure going to travel for pleasure! This meant I was going to have to learn to deal with flying and morning sickness. View Post