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Cover story: Not to be missed off-the-grid destinations around the world for families in 2018 featuring The Azores, Iceland, Fiji, Ireland, Nicaragua and Havana, Cuba
With summer in full swing, your kids are likely begging to hit the pool or the beach. While it’s important to follow safe practices when swimming during the pandemic, it’s also important to protect their skin from the sun’s burning rays.
Not only is getting a sunburn painful, too much sun exposure can also cause premature aging and potentially lead to skin cancer. In fact, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), just a few serious sunburns can increase your child’s risk...
Celebrating its 500th anniversary in August 2019, Panama City exudes cosmopolitan cool. It has a Miami vibe, and similar to Singapore and Hong Kong, has diverse cultural influences and colonial architecture standing alongside modern skyscrapers. There's plenty of action to keep mom, dad and the kids entertained and happy. Panama City is an easy destination abroad for families. You can drink the water, they have the same electrical sockets and the US dollar is the main currency, so there's no ...
Because all crowds are currently dangerous, all festivals are currently dangerous. But in a pre- (and presumably post-) Covid-19 world, these festivals can and will cause serious bodily injury.
Around the world, you’ll find many religious, cultural, and just plain crazy festivals that are fraught with risk and danger. They attract the brave and often the foolish, but can result in injury and even death for thrill-seeking participants, and sometimes even spectators.
Chasing bouncing cheeses in...
A guide to Hawks Cay Resort and some of the best things to do in the Florida Keys.
Located high up in the Himalayas with China and Nepal as neighbours, is a tiny kingdom with only a quarter of a million people that they call the happiest place on earth. Known for its awe-inspiring landscapes, rich culture and smiling people, the mystical Kingdom of Bhutan has an allure like no other. Bhutan even created the Gross National Happiness index to measure the country’s success. If this concept hasn’t convinced you about the uniqueness of the country, here are 10 more extraordinary things about the tiny nation that will be sure to put a smile on your face and make you want to visit
If you have a tennis-loving tot, tween or teen in your brood, there are plenty of resorts that offer superb tennis programs and other activities and facilities guaranteeing a fun-filled vacation for all. We’ve handpicked the best resorts in the U.S. and the Caribbean with tennis programs for kids to help you choose the best option for you and your family.
Carlisle Bay Antigua
This luxury boutique resort on Antigua’s stunning south coast is ideal for tennis loving families. It has just 82 room...
If you want a bar or bat mitzvah celebration that is the talk of the town, it’s all about doing something different, so it stands out from the rest on the circuit and keeps kids engaged. We talked to two top event planners who know all there is to know about bar and bat mitzvah parties.
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Most children have a digital footprint that starts before they are born, and while everyone loves sharing the adorable antics of the smallest members of the family, the “Sharenting” (parents oversharing online) trend has recently faced a lot of backlash. So, what should you think about before posting pics of your kiddos on social media? Experts have weighed in on everything from personal privacy to online safety; keep reading to find out what they had to say.
Although museums all over the world have temporarily closed their doors, you can still peruse their galleries, enjoy 360-degree views, and explore online collections from your computer or smartphone. Start with Boston’s museums, then move on to the five free tours below. To find them, just search for each museum (except the Smithsonian) at artsandculture.google.com.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.
Visit exhibits, some of which are no longer on physical display...