Travel Guides for Kids by Kids

Travel Guides for Kids by Kids

Travel Tips for Kids by Kids
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Travel Guides for Kids by Kids

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Growing up I always remember heading out on vacations with the family and despite all the excitement of packing our bags, jumping on an airplane and arriving to a new destination there was always one thing nagging me in the back of my mind. This place looks great, but where are all the kids activities, what is there for ME to do?

I’d always run into the hotel lobby and grab all the pamphlets I could see, looking for the most exciting thing my sister and I could plan for the week. With all the information it was always tough to sift through and tell if we would like any of the adventures that were advertised.

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Travel Tips for Kids by Kids

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One trip I remember in particular was to England, where we spent 10 days driving all throughout the country and visiting countless villages, historical sites and churches. While us kids understood the importance of visiting these important places, we were still kids after all and always looking for some childlike fun.

Now, thanks to The UK Our Way, there is tons of helpful information for all those kids looking for the best ways to fill their days while on holiday in the UK including guides on the best place to fly a kite and the best place to build a sandcastle among countless others.

So while no trip should leave out the important historical and significant sites along the way, the kids have the chance to plan their own adventures and finally have an easy and fun way to explore and experience all they can imagine while still learning about the world around them.

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Travel Tips for Kids by Kids

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Images provided via Flickr by Kenny (zoompict) Teo and Kevin Krejci

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.H . jeffjohnsheadshotJeff Johns is the co-founder and editor of Latitude 34 Travel Blog. Through 65 countries on 6 continents he has accumulated a seemingly endless stream of odd information, interesting stories and helpful tips and tricks to better travel. Jeff’s goal is to visit all 204 countries on Earth before he is too senile to remember them all. A graduate of the Visual Journalism program at the Brooks Institute, his true passions lay in honest visual storytelling, documentary filmmaking, Thai food and a good laugh. Together with his girlfriend Marina, they run Latitude 34 Travel Blog as a source of helpful information for those who love to travel or those who simply dream of it. If you have a comment or suggestion, send them an email at hello@latitudethirtyfour.com and they’ll respond super fast! 

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