#ad I love my boys to bits!! so grateful i get to see so much of the world with them
SO, I’ve just been making my first Wanderguide with @travelade. We’re always trying to find new ways to make planning a bit easier.
I like a mix up of getting all excited looking for things to do before we go and then going with the flow once we’re there.
What about you? Do you make a plan and stick to it or always go with the flow or a bit of a mix up too?
The great thing about Wanderguide is you can use it for your own ideas AND you can also make guides on places you’ve been to help others! - You could even make one on your own home town! We should totally do one on Sheffield!
Ooo and not only is it FREE to set up but you can make a bit of money through it too…
Great for digital nomads!
It took under a minute to sign up and get started with my first Wander Guide.
Because we’ve been travelling Japan and Korea loads, I used Tokyo to get to grips with how Wanderguide works and impressed with how many ideas came up! If you’re going to Tokyo soon, definitely check it!
Its a super quick way to get ideas for the next place you’re heading to! Oh and did I mention it is FREE 😜
Kazakhstan may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of family travel destinations, but @thebackpackingfamily had a blast exploring this beautiful country together! Located at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country in the world. Whether you're planning a visit to the mountains or want to wander the streets of Kazakhstan's unique cities, there's tons of terrain to explore with your little ones. "When my baby boy wasn't strapped to Mama...he was running around the courtyards, poking the tiles and knocking on the doors (that thankfully no one was in!)" Emma says.⠀
Have any of you explored Kazakhstan with your family? If not, is it somewhere you might think about visiting one day? Let us know in the comments! #gowithnugget ⠀