Family travel with flair

Tips for eating at Snow’s BBQ ...

In our ongoing quest for delicious barbecue and out-of-the-ordinary experiences, we drove to the small town of Lexington, Texas, to eat barbecue for breakfast. It had to be done, so we did it. Also because my...

Best Texas barbecue: Eating at Snow&...

God bless the little children, or at least the strong-willed teens. It was because of our 16-year-old’s determination that we have another “special” barbecue experience (something to contend with our half day...

Indoor sky diving at Windoor, Empuri...

When I first visited Costa Brava with a group of UK travel bloggers, we started off our exploration of the region with an activity that couldn’t have been better tailored for my then 9-year-old than if...

How to celebrate the Fourth of July ...

How to celebrate this very American holiday in London? I’ve been wondering that myself for about a decade. The thing about celebrating Fourth of July is that the enjoyment comes from knowing all your...

iPhoneography: Staying at the Anassa...

When it comes to luxury family stays, the Anassa’s reputation precedes it. The resort in West Cyprus has won a slew of awards for its thalassotherapy spa and its family friendliness. We had the pleasure...

Cruising South London in the new Sma...

The road trip is the beginning of all travel for most of us — how we first experience travel as a child, how we take our first trips as young adults with friends or partners. For me, the destinations...

London summer family fun: Polo in th...

Summer in London is awash in festivals and outdoor parties, but there’s something quite special about Polo in the Park. The sport has real elegance, excitement and panache, and now it’s more...

I’m going to BritMums Live 210...

Talk about a great day out. Usually on Jenography I write about outings with the family or grown-up experiences when we occasionally leave the kids at home. But one of the biggest weekends of my year is...

12 things every female-friendly hote...

Over the years I’ve stayed at a wide range of hotels. Each time I’ve been female. As a result I can’t help but notice how some places get it right and some get it woefully wrong. There are...

Preview: Visiting Anassa in Cyprus w...

It’s always exciting to plan for a trip but there’s something quite special when you’re upcoming trip makes people jealous. “You’re going to Anassa?” a blogger friend of mine cooed when I told her about our...

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