While our kids are not at school yet travelling is much easier and more flexible in timing and duration. Summer is one of our favorite seasons to travel outside of Canada and see other countries. Long flights, huge planes, new languages, traditions and food are very exciting to learn about. Canyons, waterfalls, mountains, trails and exotic animals are always interesting to explore. While travelling with a young kid is not the easiest and sometimes is exhausting, every time I remind myself how valuable these trips for Teddy, and how many new things he learns during our adventures. Having little treats like Kinder Surprise Eggs or Mini Eggs in your bag can definitely help to reward your kid for good behaviour, cheer up or distract from being disobedient or crying, there are so many new and unknown things around.
This year our grandfather came to visit us, so we planned totally Canada-wide adventures including road trips to Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia, fishing and camping across Ontario, few days at Montreal and Quebec city to see our uncle and his family. Unfortunately we had to postpone these plans till next year due to unforeseen circumstances. New opportunities immediately opened for us.
While we love so much our local attractions like Canada’s Wonderland, Niagara Falls, African Lion Safari, Legoland Toronto and ready to go back over and over again, it is so many amazing places on Earth where you want to go and explore. Summer is the perfect time to travel. Last year we went to Paris and this year we are going to Italy. Some of the highlights of our upcoming trip are visit Colosseum in Rome and become a part of ancient history, get on the top of leaning tower in Pisa and take a gondola ride in Venice. Summer is full of nice surprises, so it is time to take the most of it and enjoy hot weather before school year starts!
Please remember, when travelling to the USA Kinder® Surprise® eggs are not allowed to cross the border.
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