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Hong Kong Tourist: A First-Timer’s Guide to Hong Kong

Hong Kong: The Pearl of the Orient! A city of contrasts: land and water, skyscrapers and temples, Chinese characters and English letters. Hong Kong is a beautiful city where ancient history and modern business exist side by side, and a place with no end of things to see and do. To help you prepare with being […]

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Pang Family: Cambodia with Kids

Cambodia with Kids? Oh Yes!

I’m proud to announce that we did it! Our family just returned from the beautiful country of Cambodia with our 3 kids (8, 5 and 3 months). While grand images of Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, have long captured our imaginations, Brennan and myself certainly had apprehensions about whether a trip to Cambodia […]

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The many faces of Angkor Thom - Photo by our 8 year old

Cambodia: Angkor Archeological Park Through the Eyes of Young Kids

Looming serpent heads, towering ancient stone walls, the steepest set of stairs ready to be raced up by two rambunctious boys, monster trees eating up a temple, and tales of gods and demons locked in battle. This is what our 8 and 5 year old boys will remember most about the temples of Angkor Archeological […]

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Favorite Playgrounds Around the World

Photo by: Bigstock/dolgachov How is it that when you get a bunch of kids at a playground, it doesn’t matter if they know each other or not, somehow after a little while they all begin playing together like they’ve known each other their whole lives? I always marvel at this at our local playgrounds and it’s […]

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Exploring the Food of the Philippines with Kids

Food is such an important part of every culture. We eat to celebrate, to mourn, to nourish our bodies, and we even eat because the food looks good! Food is such a huge part of culture. When I mention a croissant, one thinks of France. When I mention fish and chips, England comes to mind. […]

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Exploring the Philippines with Kids

A few months ago my sister-in-law asked me if I might be interested in a trip to the Philippines. Her mother’s family is from Luzon Island (the island where Manila is located), and I knew a trip to the Philippines was not something this adventurer wanted to pass up. After talking it over with my […]

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Road School Visiting Volcanoes with Kids

Road School: Visiting Volcanoes with Kids

Each volcano site has its own features that make it so unique. As a traveling family we like to visit them all, but if you can only pick one of the following top volcanoes to visit with kids, any one will do!

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