What can I say about myself? A mid-thirties stay at home mom with two adorable kids who are three and six-month-old respectively. Zack and Chance are a bit of a handful some days,yet they are a real blessing, well we all know children are a blessing really, even if they do act like the devil sometimes.
For now, there is no sign of going back to work so as many stay at home moms do, I have taken up blogging as a hobby, and at some point in the future, well, you know how it goes. We try and make money off these things somehow. Alternatively, has the blog bubble burst yet?
I spent a while trying to come up with an idea for my tiny corner of the internet that might sound slightly interesting. I did quite a bit of umming and ahhing to think of a topic that came anywhere near to being something I knew a decent amount about that I could write about. All I came up with time and time again was writing about travel from varying perspectives.
What makes you qualified? I hear you shout. Well mentioning no names I was an air hostess for a few years and then when I got married I put down my wings and went into corporate travel management. This is not all business trips I had to book, so there were quite a few requests for something a little different.
I forgot to mention. I now live just outside Valencia in Spain, and I promise not to slip into “Hola, buenosdias,” or anything like that.
Apart from a brief introduction about me I just want to say I hope to give you more than enough reading of the weird and wonderful places out there that are either worth a visit if you are in the region, or they give you enough insight to be a little curious. It might be a little offbeat at times, yet I hope it will never be dull.
If you’re lucky, I might just slip in some of those tales of things that happened on overnight flights when passengers thought almost everyone was asleep. That could raise a few eyebrows on some readers that’s for sure.
First up I will give you a roundup of some of the best places on the planet to visit and those little corners that remain hidden from most travel guides or vacation/holiday brochures we all love to read during the winter.
Must dash, feeding time at the zoo.
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