- Lonely Planet gives tick of approval
- Fancy a working ski holiday in Canada?
- Discover a bay of wonders
- Book exposes New Zealand's trails
- Experience Japan's bath culture
- New food and wine travel guide app
- Bali's highs and lows
- The traveller's holiday checklist
- Elite property exchange concept
- Karma not good, it's great
- Sydney's first all-suite hotel
- Hotel luxury, home comforts
- Skedaddle with Skiddoo
- Cairns resort gives meaning to romance
- Enticing slice of New York
- Discover with Iberian Voyager
- Star act for Caribbean whale watchers
- Courageous exploration of Antarctica
- Journeys to India, Asia and Europe
- Jilted bride made a Dickens of a yarn
- Rise of the holiday-deprived
- Paris' Chinese-style pagoda
- Hotel Pelirocco: do knit disturb
- Travellers go local for New Years
- Little San Fran offers so much
- Low-season prices for peak period
- Peace in middle of hell
- Chef to create memorable experiences
- Acclaimed chef spices up Semara
- Cable Beach gets new resort
- Scuba diving holiday deals
- Another accolade for Thanyamundra
- How to take great holiday shots
- Moroccan mall boasts largest aquarium
- Mountain joy on Valentine's Day
- Whisk her away to ask her
- Be pampered with romantic getaway
- New 'unique island' hotel
- Art and about in Sydney
- Have a wheely good tour time
- Bali serves up dish for every taste
- Five star luxury in Mauritius
- Perfection at the Palm Court
- North Devon welcomes spring stars
- Phuket to get nine million visitors
- Learning big-city lessons
- Sweet Aussie Easter escapes
- Hop over for a long weekend
- The formula for holiday happiness
- City's boat-building heritage endures
- Island retreat is a real treat
- War Memorial touring Australia
- Eco-tourism a stable environment
- A fraught passage to India
- Jupiters unmasks first stage show
- Swapping the rat race for sunshine
- Bali: Market research
- Cruise along with Arctic wildlife
- Sydney: Where to eat and drink
- Better than climbing a tree
I REALLY like the illustrator Tania Willis' work and now she's teamed up with Mio Debnam to produce these kid's guide books.
Avoiding the trap of thinking parents know best, they've asked kids in the various locations what their favourite days out, experiences, food, and so on are.
So far they've covered Bali, Sydney, Hong Kong, Phuket, London and New York.
My lad gives it five stars after a recent trip to Bali.
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