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3 TRAVEL BOOKS FOR CHILDREN

06/27/2017,

Would you like to cultivate a passion for travel in your children? I feel that traveling is a great kind of education, teaching children about new cultures, languages,  life, people and how things are completely different in other countries. But, we all have a limited budget and we cannot travel as much as we would […]

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LOST IN TRANSLATION BY ELLA FRANCES SANDERS

04/19/2017,

As World Book Day approaches  I would like to recommend you one of the most original, clever and tender books I have read recently: Lost in Translation by Ella Frances Sanders, who describes herself as “a writer out of necessity and an illustrator by accident“.   Lost in Translation is an artistic collection of more […]

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Travel

BRITTANY WITH KIDS: RENNES

04/07/2017,

France is one of my favorite countries and it is such a wonderful place to visit with children: amazing food and wine, relaxed atmosphere, beautiful villages, cities full of art and history, charming shops and caffées everywhere and of course their delicious croissants! After visiting Normandy, today I wanted to share with you World Kids’ […]

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TRAVEL & PHOTOGRAPHY: SANTANDER BY FRANCISCO MATÍA

02/05/2017,

They say you should “never return to the places where you’ve been happy“, but I don’t agree. I love returning again and again to Santander, one of the most beautiful cities on the northern coast of Spain. I was lucky to live in Santander for 4 years, and today I’m thrilled to remember this city […]

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Travel

CERLER: A TOP FAMILY SKI RESORT IN SPAIN

12/04/2016,

Last Easter we headed to Cerler, the highest resort in the Aragonese Pyrenees for a great family break.   With its 80km of skiable slopes, Cerler has been awarded for three consecutive years (2014, 2015 and 2016) Spain’s Best Ski Resort.   Cerler is situated in the Benasque Valley, and it reaches 2.630 meter at […]

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Big World, Travel

MY TRAVEL ATELIER’S GUIDE TO CUBA

08/10/2016,

It is a great honor to welcome today Christina, author of the  great travel blog My Travel Atelier. Her blog is truly amazing: fun to read, full of great tips, written with honesty and with beautiful photos.You cannot miss today her complete guide and diary from 17 days of roadtrippin’ Cuba. Thank you Christina!   […]

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TRAVEL & LITERATURE: JAPAN

06/05/2016,

“REAL LITERATURE, LIKE TRAVEL, IS ALWAYS A SURPRISE” – Alison Lurie. I hope this will be the first of many posts about Japanese literature. Today I would like to recommend you 6 books by Japanese authors or about Japan, that I have enjoyed reading lately and that are a great approach to the culture and […]

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Big World, Travel

TRAVEL & PHOTOGRAPHY: RED COLLECTION BY TOMMY SALAS

04/19/2016,

“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera… they are made with the eye, heart and head.”  – Henri Cartier-Bresson   World Kids is thrilled to present today the extraordinary work of photographer Tommy Salas and one of his latest works: the Red Collection. It is not easy to talk about someone you […]

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Travel

AMAZING WORLD ATLAS: LONELY PLANET

02/21/2016,

I find that it is easy to forget that we live in a fascinating world, especially after watching the evening news on TV. This amazing Atlas by Lonely Planet  shows our children the awesome and cool world we live in. The Amazing World Atlas  is not a collection of maps, but an amazing book full […]

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3 GREAT TRAVEL BOOKS

01/18/2016,

A top travel book automatically transports you to another time, to another country and captures the essence of what it really means to travel. If you are looking for a good travel book to read, then look no further. Here is my selection of my 3 top travel books.   A year in Provence by […]

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