Travelling all over the world and spending day after day out of the confines of the hotel, apartment or villa, means that you have to find somewhere to pee. It has become very apparent however that wherever you are, public toilets are in short supply…which is bad new for a full bladder!! In hot countries, where … More Where’s The Toilet Please?
1. Canada has two national languages…English and French..bi lingual signs are everywhere. 2. Canadians, just like the British, say sorry a lot…nice to have good manners! They are also some of the nicest and most laid back people we have met….We love you Canadians 🙂
Being back in the comfort of a house I needed to get my baking fix sorted….deciding what to make was easy…..the ‘Hannah Classics’…..peanut butter cookies and oat and raisin cookies were a must and then I wanted to try something different so I decided on….cinnamon and sugar pretzels, an almond cake and gingerbread men.
Since our Christmas and New Year break in Cambodia, we have been on the road for 60 days, never stopping anywhere for longer than 10 days, and with that comes, not being able to fully relax. We’re constantly on the move, our bags never get unpacked, we instead just pull out what we need in … More The Art Of Doing Nothing
As it’s Mother Day’s we wanted to share with everyone why we think we have an amazing Mum Nothing beats the feeling of laying down on her while she strokes our faces and tells us “your still my baby”, regardless of age sometimes a Mummy cuddle is needed.
When we first arrived in Toronto from Japan/China, and stepped outside the arrival hall… we were not prepared for just how cold…cold really is. In Japan it was about 5 degrees and that felt so cold and having been in hot countries with temperatures of up to 40 degrees previous to that, we were not … More A Canadian Winter