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KalliKids Favourite Blogs March 2015


This month we’re sharing our favourite family travel bloggers with you. Whether you are planning an annual family holiday, some time away to explore distant corners of the world or simply looking for some adventures nearer home, our favourite travel bloggers share ideas, experiences and practical advice to inspire you to make the first steps of your journey.

The Family Adventure Project

Is there anywhere that this family haven’t been? A truly inspirational family travel blog written by Kirstie, Stuart and their three growing children. Lots of ideas to be found here, from exploring cities, to big adventure holidays.

We Love: 10 Lessons from 10 years of Adventuring with Kids a no nonsense list of facts that you just can't take for granted.
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Follow: @familyonabike


Mums Do Travel

The personal blog of the award winning blogger and travel journalist Gretta Schifano. Greta has lived and worked in Italy and Spain, and now lives in rural south-east England with her husband, twochildren (11 and 16 years old), dog and cat. Her blog is a great mix of articles, tips, reviews and travel related competitions.

We love: Things to do in London This April – some great ideas for keeping kids entertained this Easter.
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Follow: @grettaschifano

Baby Routes

Kate founded Baby Routes in 2012 after the birth of her first daughter. Now with both a toddler and a new baby to take on her adventures, Kate continues to test out family friendly walks across the UK and further afield, share travel tips and put outdoor gear for parents and tots through their paces. There is a handy feature on the blog where you can type in your location and it will search for posts featuring the location you've entered.

We Love: A series of very useful posts on alternatives to Service Stations along UK Motorways where you can stop for a bite to eat, stretch your legs and entertain the kids before the next leg of the journey. Here is the post on Service Station Alternatives found along the M1.

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Follow: @BabyRoutes

Join us next month to meet some of our favourite Kids Cookery Bloggers.










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