Tag: events and festivals

American Indian culture is alive and thriving in modern galleries, powwows, museum exhibits, film festivals and restaurants. Montana is a state rich with Native American history and culture. Here are 5 Native American cultural experiences to have in Montana – colorful and fun Read more >
Do you travel on a Mother Daughter getaway? It’s a fantastic way to bond with your children and they love the quality time with you. Our recent weekend getaway to Chicago was so memorable. We had a blast exploring the many things to do in Chicago, including seeing the river turn green for St Patrick’s Day Read more >
Are you a Dirty Dancing fan? Want to carry a watermelon? You can do that and more at the Dirty Dancing festival in Lake Lure, North Carolina. What a fun event! Read more >
I’m sure everyone can rattle off their favourite Italian dish: lasagne, pasta, gelato, and coffee to write home about. If you have ever had the opportunity to visit Italy, I am sure you can recall the time you first bit Read more >
If you have been following our blog for awhile then you would know that it is no secret we love the US. We lived in Raleigh, North Carolina for four years. Funny, how life turns out. When we first heard Read more >
Happy Independence Day American friends. I hope wherever in the world you are, you are celebrating your special day in a special way. Living in America helped us to understand why this day is so important to you and to Read more >
Today is July 4th, the day Americans celebrate their independence from Britain way back in 1776.  But what does this really mean for me? I’m not American and my country has not yet achieved their independence from Britain. However, this Read more >
A travel experience that is high on the list for most Australians is to experience ANZAC Day on the shores of Gallipoli, Turkey. It is a rite of passage for our culture, and one that needs to be experienced to Read more >


A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

We rounded a corner and there in the road essentially right in front of us were the painted forms of a pack of wild…