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Singapore Singapore is one large, exciting, tidy and interesting city… but also very expensive. We find it an excellent destination to travel with kids, not just because of superb metro system but also because the whole infrastructure is adapted to the people with disability, which means also for us – people with strollers. We can even say its the best we ever saw anywhere in the world. It is possible to move from point A to point B without using your arm muscles or your back to move the stroller. Just bare in mind that when you are entering a public bus you have to fold it as it is mandatory. The city itself has a lot of content for the children, the zoo and the aquarium are one of the best of their kind in the world. Also there is fun island of Sentosa. We decided to visit Singapore because of its proximity to Thailand and also because its on the top of the lists of best cities in the world. It was definitely worth visiting when we were so close. We bought one way tickets directly from airasia website. Flight was from Phuket and it lasted around an […]
The next trip is due – Thailand and its time to write couple of lines about it. We decided to go to Thailand while Relya was 6 months old since we have already been there in 2014. We wanted to repeat it as already know it, we knew all the location (except several new ones) and we were very confident. For us Thailand left an impression of a very safe and easy country to travel to. Its easy to go from one place to another, find food, accommodation, smiles, beauty, attractions… There wasn’t any general problem in sight, well, only a long flight. We bought plane tickets (BGD – BKK – BGD via Abu Dhabi) three months before for dates 5. february – 10. march – 34 days in total. Price for all three of us was 982e for buying directly at Etihad website. Ticket for infants (up to 2 years old) are not exactly free, price depends from company to company. We payed 62 eur, while our tickets for the adults costed 460e. It was possible to pay less – 420eur but for a longer waiting time between the flights which we didn’t wanted. For us it was important […]
I was pregnant just couple of days before our Philippines trip so I had to research about diving and pregnancy. My husband is a scuba diving instructor and I am a PADI rescue diver, we met on diving six years ago so for us this is a big thing that we do together! Scuba diving in the Philippines is one of the best in the word so I was super excited about this. When I found I was pregnant I wasn’t sure if I was suppose to be able to go diving or no. Bojan knows that diving and pregnancy don’t go together, but we didn’t know the official advice. We first started from the beginning – our association – PADI official advice: PADI says that there is not enough data out there to prove if its risky or not They would like to learn move via survey if you have dived while pregnant. Ok.. so PADI doesn’t have real official advice so we turned to the second and maybe more relevant organization DAN (divers alert network). DAN has more elaborated text on the subject, but also starts that there are simply not a lot of data. More are needed […]