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Giant Slide in Korea Square 1 Mall
By now, we’ve had our fill of shopping centers and markets, but when we heard about an American Style mall with a Giant Slide plunging through the center from top to bottom we kind of, sort of, had to go and take the whole family. Plus it is free! Day 51 South Korea Family Travel Journal: Giant Slide and American Style...
Bamdokkaebi Night Market with Kids
We continued our bug eating adventures on Day 45 in Seoul, South Korea by the Han River at Bamdokkaebi Night Market. Bamdokkaebi Night Market is a lively family friendly market that includes local sellers, dozens of food trucks, live music, a water play area and beautiful views. It is located inside Yeouido Hangang Park along the Han River. Day 45...
Eating Bugs in South Korea
Today, we have been itching to head back to Namdaemun Market to a) eat bugs in South Korea and b) buy kids clothes. On the plus side, we discovered several more things we love about Korea; on the flip side Namdaemun Market is not what we first thought. Namdaemun Market Beondegi: Eating Bugs in South Korea 남한에서 벌레를 먹고있다 We really dragged our...
Cheap Flights from Seoul to Jeju
Today is the day we go to Korea’s Hawaii! We found cheap flights from Seoul to Jeju for just $15 per person, each way! Who could or would want to pass up that opportunity? Day 20 South Korea Family Travel Journal Cheap Flights from Seoul to Jeju Island We threw everything together quickly this morning for our cheap flight from Seoul...
Hot Air Balloon Ride at Lotte World_
Since this is our last week in South Korea before Gabriel starts teaching, we wanted to spend today as a family at South Korea’s other famous amusement park: Lotte World! It was mostly a disaster. Day 15 South Korea Family Travel Journal Lotte World When we went to Everland we took a taxi both ways. It was an added expense of $150,...
Seoul, Korea Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Temple
Today we traveled from Songdo to Seoul to walk the grounds of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Temple in Seoul, South Korea. We always try to visit the local LDS temple when we go on our travels. It offers us permanence no matter where in the world we are, and a chance to feel connected...
Puerto Rico fast ferries, ferry in Puerto Rico, family ferry, transportation in Puerto Rico, family travel, traveling with kids
Why visit one island paradise when you can visit three or more? All you need is $2 and 20 minutes! The islands of Puerto Rico consist of the main island, Vieques, and Culebra and it couldn’t be easier to navigate between them. ► Ranking: #cleandiaper Puerto Rico Fast Ferries Ceiba to Vieques Facebook Hours: 6:30am - 5:30 pm Price: $2 per Adult | $1 Children...
How to Complain to an Airline on Social Media to Get What you Want, traveling with kids, family travel, diapers on a plane, keep calm and slow your roll
First off, please bear in mind that this article is a work of opinion. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. The advice contained herein is my opinion and only...
MBTA, Boston, Massachusetts, T Line, Local Buses in Boston, Public Transportation in Boston, Riding the subway in Boston with Kids, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids
Boston is one of the most easily navigable cities we’ve ever been to. The T system covers a lot of ground, hits all the major points of interest and is conveniently accessible. With parking rates so high in the city coupled with the many attractions around every corner in Boston, in only makes sense to skip the car rental...
Ek Balam with Kids, Ek Balam, Mayan Ruins, Alma's Lds Tours, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, family travel, traveling with kids, Mexican Riviera, Yucatan Peninsula, Playa del Carmen
My eldest sister and I span an age gap of 16 years. Believe it or not, she was a grandma before I even gave birth to Miss Molasses. She has four children (and now one grandbaby), all four married, and all of them went to Mexico on their honeymoon. I loved to snicker about how, of all...