If there’s one thing in this world that everyone has an opinion about – it’s on being a Mom. What to do, what not to do and how to do it better. Everyone has something to say on the topic.
One of the things that is deemed to be acceptable, is travelling with your kids. But what about travelling without them?
With travel opportunities being more accessible than ever, our generation is probably feeling the urge to travel more than previous generations did.
With the Winter school holidays fully in swing, the kids are surely enjoying a break from the early morning wake-ups. Alyssa and Aidan sure are!
This weekend we paid a visit to the Cape Town Science Centre in Observatory, for a day of discovery!
The Cape Town Science Centre is currently celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table by hosting a jam-packed Winter Holiday programme which includes daily hands-on workshops, busking, demonstrations, Camera Obscura Tour, Science Shows and so much more.
If your kids are in the mood to enter into a magical ice age-themed world this School Holiday, then Capegate Shopping Centre is the place to be!
Zoom down three different toboggan-style ice slides – a 28m long curved slide, a 24m long dipper as well as a 1.5m kiddie’s slide, which are all made from real ice!
We headed to the Ice Slide bright and early on Saturday morning and what a fun morning it was.
School’s out and you’re probably thinking how on earth you’re going to keep the kids entertained for 3 whole weeks!
Don’t despair, I’ve got you covered.
If you’re staying in Cape Town for this school holiday, here’s a list of fun things to do with your kids!