We hope you had some nice holiday time with sweet family moments and lots of sweets in December. If not, we hope that this new year will bring you more cheerful moments.
Another year is coming to an end, and we continue our tradition: here comes the best travel moments of 2019.
Oh, those old Christmas Eves when I used to stand by the window, hoping to get a glance of the angels as they bring our Christmas tree. Those old, old times when I used to write letters to Christ Child with detailed descriptions and pictures of the toys I was dreaming about. Yes, it’s Christ Child and his angels who come to Hungarian kids on Christmas Eve. And this post is about how we celebrate Christmas – in Hungary and in our family.
Autumn has flown by with lots of sleepless hours, unusual warmth and the first hikes with our youngest adventurer.
Travel together to stay together? One thing is for sure, travel gives tons of opportunities to spend time together, get to know each other in different situations and have awesome adventures together. As friends. As a couple. As a family with kids. No, having kids won’t stop us from travelling. Because travel is one of the greatest gifts we can give to our son.
August and September have been the busiest months of our lives. The most challenging ones, as well. With almost zero travels.
How much can you travel when pregnant? And how far? Can you travel by airplane? Can you drive? Can you hike? Is travel the same in each trimester? What are those things that you especially need to pay attention to? Here comes my experience about travelling when pregnant.
July was typically hot and sunny, with lots of short trips, lots of get-togethers with friends and family, and lots of ice-cream.
The number is 30. Today is my 30th birthday. Wow. It’s a special year for me and for the two of us, anyway. And we continue dreaming…