5 ways to make travelling with the kids fun!
Travelling to a ski resort with kids can be peaceful.
Follow these steps you’ll arrive in Morzine in peace!
We know a thing or two about travelling with kids and it can either be a blessing or a curse. Lots of things can happen in the transition from A to B. Whether it’s the typical constant bombardment of ‘Are we there yet?’ or a minor (or major) toilet problem, the key to success for peaceful travel is preparation.
1.) Books, Tablets & Phones
Tablets & Phones are amazing. But they shouldn’t be abused to keep the rugrats quiet as (god forbid) if the battery runs out, or you need to finish that last minute work deadline – you’ll need a solid plan B.
Cast your mind back to 2009 and remember those things called books. Yep – they are still around and provide a great non-battery alternative to a tablet. Depending on the age group of your children we recommend something engaging. So, a great image focused storyline like Dr Seuss for the 6 – 9 year-olds, and you can never go wrong with Harry Potter for the slightly older kids. There are thousands of fun books for the younger kids, and the great thing is that these never really go out of style, so hand me down picture books are more than fine!
Yep… You know the vibe. Screaming hungry grumpy children. It’s not fun for the parents or the other passengers.
It’s natural, not matter who you are, if you get tired and hungry your moral drops and things will feel like you’ve woken up on the wrong side of bed. Fortunately, this can be avoided if you stock up with supplies. We prefer the healthier alternatives to chocolate & crisps at Mountain Mavericks and here is a great video to make your own fruit role ups;