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Personal Safety Travelling – Things to consider

Personal Safety Travelling – Things to consider

By on Sep 5, 2015 in Family, Health, Travel tips, Travel with kids | 0 comments

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It’s Fathers day in Australia and I just had an interesting conversation with Natasha about an application on IOS called companion. It’s a personal safe application on your IOS that detects spurious event like your head phone lead being removed or you being shoved or falling and sets up an alarm. If the alarm isn’t canceled in 15 second then the alarm goes off...

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Food poisoning.

Food poisoning.

By on Nov 20, 2014 in Health, Phnom Penh, Travel experiences, Travel with kids | 0 comments

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Hey guys, So I’ve had food poisoning for the last few days so my brain isn’t really working properly at the moment, so this post is going to be short and probably really crappy. The other day mum fainted and hit her head in the bathroom resulting in her having to go to hospital to get stitches and recover. We think she had food poisoning and got...

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Hospital in Cambodia – be careful what you eat!

Hospital in Cambodia – be careful what you eat!

By on Nov 17, 2014 in Health, Life Lessons, Travel experiences, Travel planning | 4 comments

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Well, the last couple of days have been quite unplanned! However as one of our friends noted, we really know how to show all the sides of international travel! Saturday started out fairly normally as we headed out to take in the Phnom Penh’s markets. The first market we stopped at was the Russian market (know to the locals as Phsar Toul Tom Poung), it’s...

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Travel Vaccinations – They Hurt!

Travel Vaccinations – They Hurt!

By on Jun 4, 2014 in Health, Travel planning | 0 comments

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Today, Simon and the kids had their travel vaccinations (I’m having mine next week).  The kids had to have two – one in each arm and Simon had to have just one.  However by the look on his face and the comments about how sore his arm is you would of thought that he had, had two needles like the kids! The needles are especially for the Asian countries...

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