Rocky and I stayed at 'Way of the Bay', lovely family run cabanas right in the heart of Arugam Bay. When I picked up Rocky from the local nursery on the Thursday they told me Friday was a holiday so no nursery till Monday, there goes my Friday morning yoga. So I decided to take… Continue reading Settling on Sri Lanka’s south coast
Travelling days, even if we're only moving 8 kms away, are always a big effort. We have with us two suitcases, a travel cot (the very compact Baby Bjorn), a stroller (the very compact yo-yo), a car seat, and a surf board bag. We don't travel light. We arranged for a jeep to pick us… Continue reading Ups and downs on Sri Lankas East Coast
The journey from Colombo to Arugam Bay was around 8 hours. When someone told us this months ago we laughed and said ‘theres no chance we’ll do that in one hit with a toddler’. However, the urge to get to our paradise as quick as possible made us go a bit crazy in the head… Continue reading Arugam Bay with a toddler
The journey Needless to say this trip has been a long time coming and a lot of work has gone in to organising everything… packing up the house, arranging bank accounts and insurances, storing the cars, along with a long list of other things. So when we finally checked in at Brisbane airport and got… Continue reading Our first few days in Sri Lanka
Its just under four weeks to go till we set off on our adventure, I can’t quite believe it. Over the next 4 weeks we’ll be packing the whole house up and ticking off a huge to-do list before the removal truck comes along and takes everything into storage. As July gets closer i'm wondering… Continue reading Counting down to our big trip
8am - What a beautiful day! The weather is perfect here in Brisbane at the moment, a fresh start to the day followed by a perfect 24 degree blue sky. I was determined to get out and enjoy the day seeing as it was mothers day. I joined my friend Ash and her daughter Callie (same… Continue reading Mothers Day – Mothering just like any other day..!
Travelling with Rocky has got to the point where I feel like I’ve got it down pat. But I forget that each time we go away he’s that little bit older and things change all the time. My mum visited from the uk for a few weeks and we had planned a trip to the… Continue reading The Gold (medal) Coast