Have you thought about house sitting, but you’re unsure as to how to find a house sitting gig? When travelling this big wide land of ours, it’s a given that the greatest expenses are going to be fuel and accommodation. With some caravan parks in premium spots costing up to $100/night the dollars can add up quickly. House sitting is a great way to still see the country and save money while doing so. […]
We’ve been on the road full-time, and traveled some amazing places all around Australia and Bali… so far. Here’s just some of our highlights! Can’t find much here? That’s because we’ve mostly been posting our travel highlights on our Facebook page, A Big Peachey Adventure We’re in the process of transitioning that content here… so keep Read more about Must See Destinations[…]
When we visited Uluru, some of us wanted to climb, others didn’t, others decided they couldn’t!
If you want to climb, you only have between now and October 2019. If that is your choice, there’s some things you should consider first… […]
There are some small things that you can purchase that seem to make a big difference to your caravan and camping lifestyle. They reduce the number of steps in your set-up and take-down, or just make life easier in general.
We’ve always been reluctant to let “stuff” into our car or caravan unless it would make life easier, or reduce the steps in our set-up and pack-up.
If your partner has to work, that may not mean you can’t get out and see Australia. Because that’s what this family does.
Lily takes her two toddlers and their combi van for mini-adventures, while her husband is at work. He comes and joins them on their travels. What an amazing set up!
We have been to Bali many times, and stayed in many places but the Movenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran Bali is our top hotel pick for those travelling to Bali with toddlers. When we stayed here, Chloe was 5, Elliot just 3 and I heavily pregnant with Edward.
We had such a great relaxing week there that none of us wanted to leave! […]
Welcome to week three of the 9-Week Challenge. So what’s new?
Making it personal
You’re busy. You have small children that you can’t leave alone. You have an unpredictable schedule. I get it. The good news is you don’t need to set aside an hour a day for exercise to get a good, or even great, level of fitness. […]