We circled the Emerald Isle in 2012, starting and ending in Dublin with about three weeks of welcoming people and stunning scenery in between. These are some of our favorite images from the twins’ first international adventure.
Rarotonga holds a special place in our hearts. I don’t think we’ve ever been more relaxed than we were lounging on our bungalow deck steps from Muri Beach. Here’s some of our favorite photos from “Raro”.
The four of us were in downtown Charleston one afternoon and noticed the abundance of horse carriage tours toting loads of tourists here and there. Of course, being tourists ourselves we decided to dive in and see what the fuss was about. Turns out, we loved it!
Here are some of our favorite shots from our travels around New Zealand’s South Island in 2013.
Here are some of our favorite shots from our travels around New Zealand’s North Island in 2013.
Coming from the Boston area, we have a pretty decent aquarium right in our backyard (the New England Aquarium) so any new aquariums have a high bar set for them. The South Carolina Aquarium did not disappoint us and we enjoyed a fun morning exploring its exhibits.
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens is a former rice plantation on the Ashley River just a few minutes drive from downtown Charleston. The main draw at Magnolia are acres of gardens of all kinds, one rolling into the next in an informal style. We are big fans of botanical garden type attractions at most places we visit, so this was right up our alley.
Based on some highlights from our time in The Holy City we’ve put together this list of things to do with kids in Charleston.