Monthly Archives: May 2013

Cappadocia – Fairies, Monks and More

What’s the worst that could happen on a one hour flight with a 4 month old? An hour of frantic screaming and a lot of angry people on a plane. At least that’s what we were afraid of as we … Continue reading

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Does that headscarf come in an extra, extra small?

Having mastered travel by car, plane and bus, it was time for Ella to tackle a boat. Fortunately, it’s not hard to find one in Istanbul. If you walk anywhere near Hagia Sophia or the Blue Mosque it’s impossible to … Continue reading

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Hopping Around Istanbul

After a great first day in Istanbul we wanted to get a sense for the size of the city and hit some of the spots that aren’t within walking distance of our hotel. With Ella on the team it’s not … Continue reading

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Ella Takes Istanbul

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to travel with a celebrity? One thing we didn’t anticipate about travelling with Ella is her celebrity status. Who knew that at 4 months old she would be so popular with the Turks.

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Three ways bringing an infant has changed our approach to travel

Wow, it’s been awhile since I’ve written anything here so, dear non-existent reader, let’s get you caught up. When we last spoke we were in Malta. Here’s the Coles notes version of how that ended: We had a great time. … Continue reading

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