Waterholes in Queensland

We are the biggest water lovers I know. Seriously. Until we came to Orange, NSW  (for work) we’d be in the water daily. From fresh water holes, the ocean, cenotes, lakes, rivers, the pool, creeks… you name it we found it & swam in it. Which is probably the reason Miss P taught herself to […]

Museums in South Australia

Adelaide City Museum: is a wonderful little place with a lot of art, stories & information about the Aboriginal people plus a whole floor dedicated to those of the surrounding islands. And not only that its completely free! Hardly any of my pics turned out, but I’d say this place is well worth the visit.  […]

Frida Kahlo

We visited Casa Azul (Blue House) in Mexico City. The cost to enter was 80 pesos pp ($6.70 aud). Kids 5 & under are free. If you want to take photos you have to pay an extra 60 pesos ($5.00 aud) . From here on out are quotes or information that is on the walls of […]

Cost of Living in Mexico

Playa del Carmen is the 3rd most expensive city in Mexico so that should be taken into account when planning your trip. This is a rough estimate depending on the exchange rate & is in Australian dollars. Housing: 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3 pools, a park, security + maintenance fees. $1,135.00 per month. Electricity: (We […]

Learn Spanish in Mexico + the Best Salbutes in Town

I had two experiences learning Spanish in Playa del Carmen. The first two months were at Solexico for 4 hours a day & the last month was with a private tutor for one hour a day. Solexico is quite a large school with lots of little palapas. They have a cafe on site where you […]

Tulum– Be Still my Beating Heart.

I’ve got a confession to make… I have a crush. A MEGA crush on Tulum. I was intrigued by the place when I heard about it last year.. so much so it had me make the biggest decision since having kids. Live in Mexico with Little D & Miss P for 5 months to check […]

The Unique Island that is Holbox + a 1000 yr old Tree

Holbox (pronounced Ol-bosh) is quite a well kept secret in these parts. Your main mode of transport are golf buggies with not a single paved road & no high rises to be seen. It really is one of a kind. If you’re driving from Playa del Carmen you take the 307 towards Puerto Morelos. Take […]

Mexican Food

Seeing as I’ve been cooking a bit of Mexican at home, taking some classes & eating a whole lot I thought I’d share a few recipes with you! Ceviche: 2 limes

Sick in Mexico

It’s pretty easy to visit the many doctors that are in Mexico. The difficult part is making sure they’re properly certified. Check with your travel insurance company & get their input on which hospitals/doctors are legitimate. Or ask someone you know for a referral. Doctors: Call & make an appointment at a doctors office for […]

Things to do In & Around Playa del Carmen with Kids

Xcaret: A fantastic adventure park that could keep you entertained for 2 days. With over 40 activities for all ages its not something you wanna miss. Four & under are free but if your kids are taller than the measuring stick you’ll end up paying if you don’t have ID to prove their age. The […]

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