Have you ever been stuck on a long flight with a screaming child thinking 1. “My God, can someone shut that kid up”. 2. “I would hate to be in the parents shoes right now” ?
When we had our own kids I started thinking about how we probably would BE in those dreaded shoes soon and immediately started strategising to make it easy on us, our children and fellow travellers. Here are my tips on long haul flights with kids. Continue reading Travelling with kids
Living in a country where you don’t speak the language can make you feel very isolated and put you in awkward situations so the key is to learn quickly. Here is my take on it. Continue reading Porquinhos, abram a porta!
We have now lived in Brazil for 1 whole week. Here is an update on what we’ve been up to. We arrived on Thursday morning last week and started out by moving into our temporary home; Gran Hotel Morada do Sol. It is situated in the middle of Araraquara surrounded by shops, restaurants, one-way streets, … Continue reading Update: 1 week in Brazil
We left Falsterbo with a mountain of luggage at 1500 on Wednesday. Dad, Kimmie and Arvid where there to see us off. Mom, unfortunately, had to leave for work earlier that morning. It was tear-filled goodbye for Kim and myself. We have been the 50% in Sweden since Steph and Madeleine moved abroad. Now I … Continue reading Off to Brazil, finally.
…We’re standing here outside the door…(with our backs to our comfort zone!) So the count down has begun. In 3 days we will be on our way to Copenhagen airport with our 12 pieces of luggage in tow (Kim Kardashian would be so proud). These past weeks have been very busy with preparing Villa Haga … Continue reading “All our bags are packed, we’re ready to go”…
Follow us on CarosCarnival as we embark on an adventure to the 5th largest country in the world. A country famous for its beautiful beaches, rainforests, churrasquerias, caipirinhas and curves in colourful teeny weeny bikinis. We can’t wait to experience what Brazil has to offer; and hope you’ll let us share it with you. Brazil, here … Continue reading Brazil, here we come!