Hello and welcome to the BRAND SPANKING NEW linky, #fearlessfamtrav hosted by us, The Wandermust Family
Our aim at Wandermust Family is to take the fear out of family travel by sharing our reviews, top tips and experiences from the road! But it’s not just us, there are so many families out there with inspiring stories to share so we’ve created the #fearlessfamtrav link up to bring all of these stories together in one place .
As part of our new monthly link-up we will be featuring some of our fellow fearless family travellers. We can’t wait to hear all about other families global adventures. So without further ado here’s our first feature with the amazing FlipFlop Travellers. They have travelled extensively going to Bali, Asia and Egypt and have ambitions to become digital nomads in the future!
The flip flop globetrotters
Link-ups, blog link parties or blog hops are a great thing to be involved in whether you are a new or old blogger. They drive traffic to your website but perhaps even more importantly they help you make connections if not friendships in the blogging world relating to your area of interest. So without further ado here are my top linkups for travel bloggers: View Post
I love cruises but besides the restaurants, amenities and convenience what I love most about cruises is the ports! I love seeing so many places in bite sized chunks so I know where I want and where I don’t want to go back to and satisfy my wanderlust in a really easy way. When we were travelling as a couple if the itinerary had somewhere new on it we would quite happily go especially if it was good value but now we have a baby we chose our cruise itinerary more carefully. A lot of people question whether there are baby friendly cruises and ask what are the best cruises for infants so here are my top tips for picking a baby friendly cruise itinerary: View Post
Our first cruise with a baby we were lucky enough to be booked into a suite. Despite being seasoned cruisers we had never actually been in a suite before. Most of our previous cruises were done slightly not the cheap – once we went on a week long cruise for less money than we would have spent eating takeaways and at restaurants in our home of London – but that is a story for another day! We keen to have a suite with a baby to have extra space as we knew we wouldn’t be travelling light and thought we would be spending more time in it than usual – so was it worth it?