Tag: flying

15 Fabulous things about flying solo | BabyGlobetrotters.Net

15 Fabulous things about flying solo 

After many years of becoming a travelling pack horse, I am delighted to finally have the opportunity to travel as a free agent. I am off to the BritMums Live bloggers conference this weekend in London which means I am leaving the Globetrotters in daddy’s capable hands in […]


Danger in the Air – Flying with Allergies

Family travel can be challenging at the best of times, but spare a thought for those families travelling with severe allergy sufferers.  The dust from a single peanut can cause anaphylactic shock which even if appropriate first aid is given immediately can lead to death. Not an ideal […]

10 Commandments of Family Air Travel | BabyGlobetrotters.Net

10 Commandments of Family Air Travel

How to Survive Long-haul Flights with Kids Thou shalt plan, plan, plan No more seat of your pants stuff, travellers. This is survival of the fittest. Pick your flight times carefully, book the best seating, book bassinets, check what your luggage limits are, book your kids meals in […]

5 tips for flying when pregnant

How exciting a new addition to your family is!! What better opportunity to start reading family travel blogs and plan your adventures as a family! But is it ok to fly once you find out you are pregnant? YES!! As long as you are physically well enough there […]

10 steps to festive flying success

Heading home (or away) for the festive season? Don’t let the flight add to your stress, here are my favourite long-haul flying tips for families: Call the airline before you fly – in the day of electronic ticketing it’s easy to become complacent; if you want particular seats, […]

Barnet to the Bay

Once upon a time a family of four left London for Silicon Valley. This is our story.

A Wright Adventure

The Wright family adventures around the world

Passports and Pigtails

A Travel Family with a Passion for Authentic Connection