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We are parents, too. We think traveling well and traveling with children shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. We have limited vacation time, and we’re not spending our few days of freedom in lousy hotels eating bad food. We know the world is full of wonderful resorts, cool urban escapes and far-flung lodges that can make our time with our kids count. We want it all, and we don’t think it should be so hard to find. So we’re going to share it with you.

 

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Travel Journal

Travel Journal

Dispatches from around the world

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Sydney with Smokks

Henley Vazquez

When we launched Passported a year ago, Hallie Burton, the founder of Smokks, was one of our first profiles. We fell in love with her travel stories, started living in her dresses (our kids, too), and swooned over the photos of her gorgeous globetrotting daughter Pompie. We've been doing a lot of Aussie dreaming these days thanks to some fun trip planning in the works, so we figured what better than to get Hallie's take on her native land. Read on to get her take on date nights in Sydney, where to beach bum it for an afternoon and the shops to hit for the Down Under look.

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Itinerary Advice: Australia

Henley Vazquez

Choosing a hotel can be complicated; conquering a country is even more confusing. To help families embarking on more ambitious travels, we’re launching a new series of itineraries, where we’ll break down a day-by-day guide to crushing the multi-stop tour. First up, Australia. Since some of the country’s best lodges don’t allow children under ten, we’ve created two options: one for younger families, one for parents traveling with tweens and teens.

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Something to Declare: Laura Davidson

Henley Vazquez

Laura Davidson leads the kind of life that makes us dizzy. Between running her own business (an award-winning public relations agency) and spearheading philanthropic projects in Africa, she is also a mom to two boys, her favorite travel companions. Laura has visited over forty countries, and she hits the road with her family five weeks a year, in addition to her jetsetting business travel, which takes her to visit clients that rank amongst the world’s best (Mustique, anyone?). Laura and her family live in Weston, CT, an hour outside New York City.

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Something to Declare: Hayley Baillie

Henley Vazquez

Blame genetics: Hayley Baillie, daughter of noted Australian entrepreneur, environmentalist and explorer Dick Smith (he completed the first solo helicopter flight around the world and was the second person to fly over Everest), was destined to travel to places of which many only dream. Family vacations growing up include treks in Nepal, and while some of us take our kids to Florida, hers are going to Sri Lanka.

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