If you had one last day to enjoy Fukuoka, and you have little kids with you, make the most of it with a day in JR Hakata City. JR Hakata City refers to the building complex that includes Hakata Station. It is a tourist attraction in itself. Hakata station is the largest and busiest in … More Farewell Fukuoka: A day in JR Hakata City
No Halloween gimmicks for us this year. But grateful to my daughter’s school for having trick or treat mixed in with celebrating United Nations Day. It was a fun and memorable last day of class before the All Soul’s Day break. Her class was assigned Greece. They learned how to say ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ in … More Greeks!
I’m all for indoor play areas for children, but if there’s one thing that can make me not want to try a place out is a ridiculously high entrance fee. We have tried a lot of places, they all tend to be the same, so it’s a bit of a hard sell for me to … More Hello, Kidzania!
One of Akira’s favorite stories is The Berenstain Bears and the Missing Dinosaur Bone. This story enjoyed a good rotation in our household, where she requested to have this story read for several nights in a row. It was no surprise that on one Saturday, when we told her we were going to a museum, she … More Hello, Museo Pambata!
I don’t know about you, but it seems that Easter has turned into this almost exclusively for children kind of holiday or event. Whether in the malls or in posh hotels, there’s an Easter event that a family with small children can look forward to. For us, if there are no previous plans made, like … More Kicking and painting eggs: Easter 2016