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From blunder to bliss: How to have a ball in Bali with seven kids in tow!

From blunder to bliss: How to have a ball in Bali with seven kids in tow!

Bali. It’s a destination synonymous with Australia. Many say that you’re not a true Aussie unless you’ve been to Bali! A few days ago we returned home from a fantastic Balinese adventure, albeit quite a different one from my previous trip more than 15 years ago. In the past, I did the whole ‘Kuta’ trip, with one of my best friends and our Mums. Whilst back then, we did indeed have a fabulous time, the days of drinking buckets in bars and shopping for fake Louis Vuitton bags and Gucci wallets are long gone. This time around we headed to the beautiful island with three families, six adults and seven children under six. Blessed to call our business partners our best mates, we have all travelled together many times over the past decade, with our little families growing a little more with each trip. With seven children, including one very precious new born baby amongst our crew, we knew Bali would be a fantastic destination. In particular, the draw card of renting a villa over the new year period would mean that we could both be with our children, and cherish some fun adult time with drinks and cocktails by the pool. It didn’t disappoint!

Much like our Hawaii trip last year, this holiday brought with it many a learning experience. Both what to do, and in particular what NOT to do. There are so many aspects to planning a holiday overseas, but when you travel in a larger group, the planning stakes escalate considerably. We are lucky that we are all very good friends, very chilled, relaxed and understand that each of us have things we like (champagne 😉 and dislike. Following our Hawaii trip I shared my tips and tricks to having a great holiday, and this post will be no different. Whilst we did have a slight hiccup with regards to our first accommodation, we still managed to have an amazing time, and once we moved everything was as fantastic as we had hoped. There were so many laughs and fun times, and if you follow some pretty simple rules, then you too can have an amazing holiday away with your mates, and your children!

Without further adue….

Getting there and home again…

We flew Garuda Indonesia, and they were wonderful. Lots of leg room, four seats across the middle, full meals, movies, pillows, blankets. The flight is approx 5 1/2 hours. Flying out of Melbourne, we took the 9.30 am flight. This means that we arrived at our villa at approx 3pm Bali time (they are three hours behind AEST). This flight time was perfect as we arrived at the airport at 6am, the kids enjoyed the flight (and the entertainment) and we were at our hotel in time for a swim before they zonked that night. Flying home, we took the 9.30pm flight. Whilst this was a while to keep the kids up past their bed time, this meant that we could enjoy our last full day in bali. Flying a this time means that the children basically fell asleep straight away, and basically slept the whole flight. We arrived home at 6am Melbourne time (meaning that they only really slept around 4 hours). We took a cab home and basically all went straight to bed for a few more hours to catch up. These flight times both to Bali and home were really practical, and whilst coming home was a little more tiring, I would absolutely do it again the same way.

Booking a Villa

Villa Number 1: Villa Basilio – Seminyak

Villa Number 1 – Villa Basilio. The Pool was the best part!

Before we went to Bali we did a considerable amount of research booking a Villa for our three families. Given there were six adults and seven children, and the fact that we were over the new year period, we knew that we had a challenge to find something that would suit us within a reasonable price range. We ended up booking our Villa directly and initially, were very happy with our choice. During the year, the Villa was sold and changed hands, and the consequences of this were not really evident until we arrived.  When we arrived a Villa Basillio, we were welcomed with open arms by the staff. The Villa was very large, with two pools, five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The staff were so helpful, gracious and beautiful with our children. However, the Villa was extremely run down, and had not been maintained well in recent years. Quite simply, the photos did not replicate real life. During our stay many aspects of the home started to break down (ie. showers, baths, tvs) and the general cleanliness of the home was not at all what we expected. Dan and I slept on a double bed (not great when your hubby is 6 foot 2, and you have a son who doesn’t sleep and climbs into bed with you!). So after a few days of trying to tell ourselves that everything was ok, a toilet exploded (cue poo water everywhere), and we decided to speak up and share our disappointment with the manager. Whilst she was very supportive and empathetic, the problem with dealing directly is tackling language barriers and lower standards. We have been given a refund for the nights we didn’t stay, and are still discussing compensation for the issues we faced during our stay.

Villa beware: Villas can be hit and miss. We ended up moving due to this villa being very run down and with low standards of maintenance.

Luckily, thankfully, we were able to obtain the help from the amazing Sara at Ministry of Villas. A husband and wife team, they actually started their villa agency to help families avoid situations like the one we experienced. So professional, they even came to personally visit us to make sure we were happy. They personally stay at all of the villas that they list to ensure that the experience lives up to the promise. We will definitely be using them again!

Villa Number 2: Villa Tiga Puluh – Seminyak

Sara was able to secure a last minute transfer for our families to Villa Tiga Puluh close by, but in a much better location in Seminyak. As soon as we walked into this amazing villa, we knew that we had arrived in the place we had dreamed for our holiday. Beautifully styled bungalows meant that our families could be close enough to be together, but far enough apart as to not disturb each other (think crying children in the night). The pool was absolutely divine. The pool fence was custom made for the villa, which kept our kids safe, but was sleek enough not to interrupt the view. A buffet breakfast was included each morning. For lunch and dinner, we were asked to select our meals from an extensive menu. The chef and assistants would purchase our groceries and bring them home to create our beautiful meals. We also had them purchase a variety of ingredients to make delicious cocktails by the pool for happy hour at 12pm, 2pm, 5pm! The bathrooms were immaculate. King sized beds meant we instantly had a great night sleep. There was also a very cool movie room that was air conditioned, meaning we or the kids could escape the heat for a little while if needed. Villa Tiga Puluh was truly our blissful Bali escape, and we have already decided to head back in two years. It includes transfers to and from the airport, and a driver can be arranged at any time you need!

Eating out with kids

Some of my favourite haunts to eat out with kids in Bali include:

Motel Mexicola – in particular the epic dance floor that gets the whole family dancing after dinner!

Sea Circus

Sister Fields

Eating out without kids

We were lucky enough to get to some beautiful, beautiful places during our stay. Having Nannies meant that our kids could have a great time at home, whilst we could get out and enjoy each others’ company. Taking care of ourselves as friends and as couples means that we can be the best parents to our children. We really valued this time!

My top five:

Bikini –  we stumbled across this beautiful restaurant after having a cocktail on new years eve. The sister restaurant to SisterFields (next door), this place is epic. We had the degustation menu and it was delicious. The chef is from the Gold Coast and his creations blew our mind! A must do when you are in Seminyak!

Metis – nestled in the most exquisite grounds, this restaurant / bar is everything you want on a beautiful night out.

La Lucciola – A Bali insitution, this intimate open air restaurant sits on the beach. Italian in inspiration, the food and ambiance is an experience you’ll never forget. Unfortunately on the night we were there, an epic storm decided to make it’self at home, so we were rushed into a small but beautiful inside space. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!

Rock Bar – Perched atop distinctive rock formations along Jimbaran’s pristine sunset coast, Rock Bar Bali is widely respected as one of the globe’s most popular sunset, cocktail and entertainment venues. Showcasing unparalleled views from 14 meters above the Indian Ocean, Rock Bar is accessible via AYANA’s dramatic cliff side inclinator. Featuring a glamorous sunset vibe, and a seductive after-dark ambience, listen to premier international DJs as they heighten your experience from a custom DJ booth carved directly into the cliff face. A tip is to arrive at 4pm to beat the rush when it opens!

Potato Head: In one word…cool. A beautiful space where you can swim, dine, lounge or just sit and watch ‘the cool people’. We had a ball drinking cocktails and lapping up the sun!

Nannies, Nannies, Nannies

Whilst my children have had probably 100 sleep overs at our Mums houses, and they go to daycare, they have never actually been minded by a baby sitter, or someone they don’t know! I was a little nervous about having a Nanny, but as a group, we’d decided that it we would take full advantage of the rave reviews of several friends and book some to help us. Our Nanny Sri was everything we could have hoped for. My kids loved her so much that Ella cried for hours the night she finished with us! We found Sri via word of mouth, and my tip with Nannies is to go by reccomendation. They all are on WhatsApp and Facebook. Dates are booked directly with them. Our Nanny was first aid trained and also swam with our kids (bonus!). Nannies range in price but average at $6/$7 an hour. We changed our hours each day, but ended up basically having her come around 2pm each day, swimming with the kids in the afternoon and then doing bath, dinner and bed with the kids. We would come home around 10.30pm at night. We did have  break in between for a couple of days as we felt our kids needed some full days with us. We can’t wait to book Sri again!

Places to have fun together

For the Mums –  Body Works. Open for over twenty years and heralded as the initiator of the Seminyak day spa model now so popular in Bali, Bodyworks positive reputation is built on the consistent delivery of high standard massages and beauty treatments to guests that come back day after day and year after year. You need to come here and have a Cream Bath. Think a hair treatment / massage in one. Quite simply the best treatment I’ve ever had. The prices are so low, you can get a treatment each day!

Splash Land – Located at Finns Recreation Club in Cungii, this is an awesome place to spend a few hours. A smaller water park with a kids area and slides, it is also a place to get some sun and drink a few cocktails whilst the kids enjoy the water!

WaterBom Park – Our biggest day out. Think Wet N Wild on sterioids. With such a big group we went for the ‘Total Package’ which gave us:

  • VIP entry
  • Free photos (digital images that are taken throughout the park)
  • 1 hour massage each
  • Kids choice of trampoline / hair brading + water balloons
  • 1 meal and drink
  • Conceirge

We hired our own 12 person cabana for the day which is a must do. All of the above is totally worth it.

Other essentials you need to know about Bali

  • One of the biggest things about Bali is being careful with the water. Bottled water is replaced hourly at the villa. You need to ensure that you use it for all drinking, washing of teeth etc. The kids bathed and showered normally, but never drank the tap water. Villas and restaurants are very good at ensuring that food is washed, and ice is made with purified water, but it is always good to ask. We travelled with seven children under 6, including a five week old (who never went in the water at all, just to be sure) and none of us got sick!
  • Avoiding mosquitos is one of Bali’s biggest challenges. Arming yourself with considerable repellent (we used BUG OFF) is a must, and also purchasing special mosqito patches is a fantastic idea if you don’t want your child covered in cream: http://www.kmart.com.au/product/mozzigear-mosquito-patch—pack-of-10/988836
  • Something to consider is pre writing a shopping list and emailing it to your Villa manager before you go. They can pre buy for you and you can have everything you want when you arrive!
  • You will see a lot of poverty. Lots of kids begging, and mothers asking for money. It’s a good idea to talk about it with your kids before you go.
  • We had a driver with our first Villa who we recruited to stay with us at our second. Finding a good driver is key as the taxis can rip you off big time!
  • The shopping in Seminyak is fantastic! Especially for kidswear!
  • Take packet of Zooper Doopers and put them in the freezer when you arrive! Icy poles are hard to come by.
  • Pack pools toys! Zoggs are fantastic!
  • In terms of other destinations, we didn’t venture our of Seminyak, but plan to next time once the kids are a bit older!
  • VISA: if you are staying for a holiday less than 30 days, you do not need a visa as long as your country is on the following list. For more information head to: https://www.bali.com/visa-indonesia-entry-requirements-bali.html

Other than all of that, make sure you travel with an epic crew. We are so blessed to have the best friends in the world to travel with, and our children are so lucky to be creating such fun and joyous memories!  hope those tips help you out a bit! We had such an amazing time, and once we found our feet, enjoyed every blissful second!

Until Next Time!

 

 

Last minute Christmas cramming: unisex gifts for any child

Last minute Christmas cramming: unisex gifts for any child

Ok peeps. We’re officially in count down mode. Five days until Christmas. This time of year I think that there are two types of people. Those who had their presents bought, wrapped and under the tree a month ago, and those who will be purchasing right at the last minute. Whilst I thought I was doing well, I find myself much like a student who crams for their exam at the last minute. I’ve got an incomplete list!

So if you find yourself in a similar position, and need to grab some gifts for your little ones, I thought I’d share four of my favourite gift ideas that you could buy for any boy or girl. Unisex, these gifts include some that I’ve purchased for my own children. They can be purchased at stores, all you need to do is head to their website and look for stockists!

  1. Micro Scooters

Micro Scooters Micro Scooters

Hands down, the best scooters in town. An investment yes, but one that you will never regret. The best quality, they will simply love them! For stockists head to their website here:

https://www.microscooters.com.au/stockists

2. Magformers

My children were lucky enough to receive these as a gifts earlier this year. If there is one thing that kids love, its constructing towers, cars, buildings. Magformers are construction sets that use magnets to allow children to let their imaginations run wild. They come in a variety of sets including a ferris wheel, or a basic set! To find out where you can grab them, head to their website here: https://www.microscooters.com.au/stockists

3. Natural Play dough by Happy Hands Happy Heart

Happy Hands Happy Heart Happy Hands Happy Heart

What child doesn’t love play dough? If you haven’t’ heard about this beautiful local business, then you must have been living under a rock! Happy Hands Happy Heart create naturally scented play dough in a variety of delicious flavours. Packaged in beautiful glass jars, they are the perfect gift for your, or any child! Best of all, you will be supporting local! For stockists head here: https://www.happyhandshappyheart.com.au/stockists-and-events

4. Tinta Crayons

Tinta crayons

Tinta take crayons to another level. Letters, animals, objects. Crayons that look like toys, but actually can be used to draw! Crayons that spell out your child’s name. The perfect stoking filler! For stockists head here: https://www.tintacrayons.com.au/stockists/

Hope that helps with any last minute Christmas Cramming!!!

 

 

Netflix Originals: What’s the deal?

Netflix Originals: What’s the deal?

If you’ve got Netflix, you’ve probably seen more and more Netflix Originals popping up in your menus. However do you know what these ‘originals’ are all about? Their originals are just that…original series that are basically only available on Netflix. These range from shows created and driven by Netflix, like “House of Cards,” and  “Daredevil.”  There are also series that have been reinvented and given a second lease of live, ones Netflix picked up from cable TV and made additional seasons of, like “Trailer Park Boys” or “Arrested Development’. These series are fantastic for those of us who love a cult binge, however you may not have realised that there is also a growing series of originals for children and families!

If you are keen to know more, here is my round up of my favourite originals for Grown ups and kids!

GROWN UPS: NETLFIX ORIGINALS

  1. House of Cards

  1. Daredevil

  1. Gilmore Girls: a year in the life

  1. Anne with an E: for Anne of Green Gables lovers!

  1. If your game….Stranger things (season 1 and 2)

  1. THE CROWN. My absolute favourite. This is the season two teaser!

  1. GLOW. Think WWE meets Flashdance

 

FOR THE KIDS: NETFLIX ORIGINALS

  1. The Adventures of Puss in Boots: this is an amazing ‘choose your adventure’ show. The kids can participate in choosing the direction via their remote!

  1. From Dreamworks: All Hail King Julien Exiled

  1. For parents of the 80s and their new children!! Care Bear and Cousins!

  1. Dinotrux

  1. Ever After High

There are so many more titles to choose from….you can check them out here! https://www.whats-on-netflix.com/originals/children/

You can also browse through the amazing catalogue of titles in categories such as documentary and comedy here! https://www.whats-on-netflix.com/originals

All the more reason to be nuts about Netflix!

 

 

 

Living Like Lulu: Doll Accessories GIVEAWAY

Living Like Lulu: Doll Accessories GIVEAWAY

Dolls, dolls, dolls. Growing up I was obsessed with them. There is something about dressing up dolls, doing their hair, changing their outfits. For some reason, a love of dolls has never left me…it must be something about being in the Barbie fan club when I was young! Ella too has inherited my love of all things dolls, and recently, the rise of the 18 inch doll into the Australian market has seen an explosion doll amazing new outfits and accessories.

Living Like Lulu by Little Tinkers has recently launched onto the scene as a boutique distributor of stylish and affordable outfit ensembles for 18 inch dolls available everywhere. The brain child of Paris Stanley (from Little Tinkers fame), she took her daughter’s love of these beautiful products as inspiration, and decided to source her own designs and styles and make them available for everyone online.

Whether you have purchased your doll from a store, here in Australia or overseas, her range of outfits fit most dolls and can be mixed and matched with other outfits.

PRIZE: We are giving away a $100 voucher to use at the Living Like Lulu online store to purchase 18 inch dolls accessories and outfits

TO WIN: Head to our Instagram Page here 

*Open to Australian residents only. Giveaway closes Sunday 3rd December 2018

Styles include:

Disco skater girl! Look at those roller skates!
Little mermaid!
Look at that outfit! Does it come in size 10?
Christmas fairy
Look at that super cute umbrella!
Those bunny slippers are to die for!

Ella absolutely adores her dolls and the outfits from Living Like Lulu. This is the perfect prize for your little one this Christmas!

Christmas Toy Review #4: Micro Scooters

Christmas Toy Review #4: Micro Scooters

As you know, this year I’m on the hunt for gifts that I can get for BOTH of my children. Stuff that they will love, play with together and (if I can help it) get them outside. In our family, there is nothing quite more loved than our scooters. We took them to Hawaii (read about it here) and have used them in place of our pram for over a year. They get the kids active and are just generally the coolest things you can give to kids. The problem is, like bikes, as they grow, so does the need to upgrade their scooters. There is nothing greater in the scooter world than a Micro.  If there is something I’ve learned these last few years as a parent, you get what you pay for. The quality, design and service provided by Micro is second to none. I’ve always wanted to get my kids a Micro, and was utterly thrilled when I recently had the opportunity to try them out for my own children, and am excited to share our findings with you today!

Micro Scooters

In case you don’t know, buying a scooter is kind of like buying a car. There are literally thousands of models out there, but you need to find one that suits your needs, budget and taste. Scooters come in all shapes and sizes, and the micro offerings are no different. In the past, we have used cheaper versions, but now we were ready to invest in the best. The problem is, Ella and Huddy are both at very different stages, skills and physical make up. Ella is super tall, but also still needs support to transition her to a two wheeled version. Micro made it easy, suggesting the perfect type for each of my children. Still having three wheels was our preference and they catered for our needs with no problems. Here is what we chose!

Hudson: 3 Years: Mini Micro Deluxe

The Mini Micro Deluxe is the reimagined version of the world renowned classic Mini Micro preschooler scooter. It features an adjustable t-bar, raised silicon deck for stability, and an anodised finish that looks great and protects from rust.

The Mini Micro Deluxe’s intuitive ‘lean and steer’ scooting style is perfect for younger children and helps your child’s balance and co-ordination which are vital for the development of early motor skills. It’s lightweight and therefore perfectly suited for little ones as it enables them to negotiate pavements, steps and doorways without the help of us Mums and Dads!

The brake is the best. It has been ingeniously designed so even the slightest pressure put on it will bring the scooter to a gentle halt. This is something Huddy needs! The Mini Micro Deluxe’s 3 wheels and sturdy deck provide stability, giving your child the confidence they need to master scooting.

Specifics:

• For ages 2 – 5 years
• Adjustable handlebars
• Unique silicon raised deck
• Anodised stem protects from corrosion
• Develops balance skills
• Stable 3 wheel design
• Intuitive lean-to-steer action
• Lightweight design
• Wide non-slip deck, low to the ground
• Quality non-marking wheels
• Comes in  Pink, Blue, Green, Red, Yellow, Purple, Aqua and Orange
• Please note: Mini Deluxe Red has a pink brake and pink deck logos

Ella: 5 years old: Maxi Micro Deluxe

The next step up from the Mini Micro Deluxe, the Maxi Micro Deluxe 3 wheel scooter is the ideal next stage kids scooter for kids who want all the fun, stability and good safety design of the Mini but are ready a larger, cooler and more robust scooter.

The Maxi Micro Deluxe version has a new weight limit of 70kgs, a unique deck with raised silicone Micro grip, and an anodised stem which not only protects your scooter from corrosion but provides a stylish look.

Your little one can cruise the pavements,  parks smoothly and confidently on their Maxi Micro Deluxe scooter, while further developing their balance and co-ordination skills.

With an adjustable handlebar the Maxi Micro Deluxe is the ideal scooter for the fans of the mini who want to keep riding what they already love.

Specifics:

• For ages 5-12 years
• New 70kg weight limit
• Anodised metallic finish
• Raised silicon non-slip deck
• Adjustable handlebar height
• Intuitive lean-to-steer action
• Superior stability
• Vibrant range of colours: Purple, Red, Green, Black, Blue, Pink, Yellow and Aqua
• Please note: Maxi Deluxe Aqua has a pink brake and pink deck logos

My kids fell in love with their scooters at first sight. I could not recommend Micro more highly. There is nothing better than a Micro Scooter. The perfect Christmas present for any boy or girl.  It is certainly a Christmas choice that will bring you and your family so much joy. All you need is a scooter for yourself!

I’ll finish with some action shots of the kids cruising and having the time of their lives!

Micro Scooters

Micro Scooters

Micro Scooters

Christmas Toy Review #3 : Pop the Pig from Talkin Toys

Christmas Toy Review #3 : Pop the Pig from Talkin Toys

This Christmas my two children are getting to an age where they can start to play board games. Maybe not quite Monopoloy, but certainly games that involve interaction! You may or may not know, but this year I’m trying to find toys that I can buy for them together. Toys that they can both play with, and hopefully play without fighting #wishfulthinking. Whilst we were away in Hawaii, we played good old Jenga quite a few times, and I realised that they haven’t really had the opportunity to play games like it, that involve the whole family. They promote turn taking, patience and strategy! So when Talkin Toys contacted me to try out one of their new offerings, I jumped at the chance to try out Pop the Pig!

Pop the Pig is a game that can be played by two or more players. The Pig sits in the middle, and each person takes the turn to roll the dice. The dice shows one of four colours: red, green, purple or yellow. The player then picks up a token of that colour and turns it over showing a number. The token is then placed in the Pig’s mouth, and pushes down on it’s head the corresponding number of times. Each time you push down, it pumps the Pig’s tummy a little larger. The game keeps going until you….Pop the Pig’s tummy!

This game has been fantastic in a number of ways:

  • Turn taking….obviously!
  • Rolling the dice and recognising the colour
  • Recognising numbers
  • Predicting who is going to win based on how many times the Pig’s head has been pumped

It isn’t a game of skill, which is also great at this age because it means that no matter how old they are, anyone can win!

Pop the Pig can be purchased at Kmart for $25 here! Suitable for years 3+

GIVEAWAY: Win tickets to the Australian Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty Story Time

GIVEAWAY: Win tickets to the Australian Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty Story Time

To be a ballerina. Whether you are five, fifteen, thirty-five or eighty five. Those of us who have grown up dancing, twirling, stretching and practicing ballet have long admired those few who have gone on the make their passion their vocation. To be able to set foot into a real ballet studio at the Australian Ballet School has long been something that I could only dream of. Until last week when Ella and myself were invited along to have our very own private ballet class with on of their ballerinas to celebrate the launch of the Australian Ballet’s story time : Sleeping Beauty. I have to admit, that I may have been a teeny little bit over the moon about my daughter being invited, and myself being able to ‘tag’ along. I felt myself floating when we walked through the carpark, and into the lifts to stand along side those girls and boys who, with their hair slicked into neat buns, and wearing block dance shoes on their feet, were about to attend their daily sessions of rigorous training. For an hour we would ‘dance’ along side them, and my daughter, in all her tutu glory would be able to be in her element in the most sought after dancing school in the country.

Evie from the company was our teacher for the lesson, and greeted the girls as fairy from the beautiful story of Sleeping Beauty. If you are not aware, Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty brings to the stage the classical ballet for years three and up, featuring Princess Aurora, Prince Désiré, a sparkling crowd of fairies, and storybook characters including Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf. Created especially for children, Storytime Ballet is sure to become an annual family favourite. Expect little ones to be dancing down the hallway with (almost) perfect pirouettes, long after the curtain comes down.
The production, which runs for a child friendly 50 mins and features a narrator to help kids navigate the storyline, will visit venues across Melbourne, Sydney and Queensland from 13 December – 25 January.

What’s even more exciting is the fact that we are giving away tickets to see this Ballet in Melbourne!

THE PRIZE:

One winner will win two tickets to Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty at the Arts Centre in Melbourne On Saturday December 15 at 2pm

TO ENTER:

Simply head to my Instagram Page and look for the comp post.

*Comp ends on Monday 13th Novermber at 9pm AEDST. Winner announced shortly after. Open to Australian Residents who are able to attend the Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty at the Arts Centre in Melbourne On Saturday December 15 at 2pm

For more information about the story time ballet, and to purchase tickets, head to the Australian Ballet’s website here. Truly magical for all dancers, of all ages!