There is so much to do in London with kids, even though navigating the busy underground with a pushchair can seem a little daunting. Sophia’s first London outing was to the London Coffee Festival when she was 7 months old. She dozed for a lot of the day whilst we sipped espressos, also for a lot of the […]
Welcome to Tripleespresso2go!
Jeremy, Katie and Sophia have a passion for travel, music and good coffee. They have just spent 3 years working and travelling around New Zealand, and are now living in Malaysia for the next couple of years. Watch this space for travel adventures and hilarious moments, whilst they globe-trot with a increasingly independent Preschooler!
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Sophia and I recently got back from a mammoth trip to the UK during which we spent more than 55 hours in the air on 8 different flights, 6 of which were without her amazing Dad. The journey was: Wellington – 4 days in Sydney – 1 hour in Abu Dhabi – 1 day in Dublin – 10 days in […]
Jeremy recently completed ‘The Tour of New Zealand’, a biennial cycling race covering a 700km route of New Zealand’s South Island in one week. What a way to see the country (and it only took 17 hours, 21 minutes and 21 seconds!!). He and his team mates flew to Queenstown, raced up to Wellington and in doing so […]
On a recent long haul trip from Dublin to Wellington we chose Brisbane as one of our stopovers and made it into a four day mini break. This broke up the journey and helped us adjust to the time zone and have the opportunity to explore a new city. Brisbane is such a beautiful place, even in […]
Taupo and Rotorua have so much to offer, catering for both the adrenaline junkies and the solitude seekers. We spent 3 days here and they were jam-packed, fun-filled and some of our favourite memories of New Zealand to date! Here is where we went and what we would recommend if you’re ever in the area: Huka Falls […]
Sophia and I just got back from an incredible week staying with friends in Marahau. Everyone told me we would LOVE the South Island’s Nelson region, and I now understand why. The Lonely Planet hits the nail on the head with its description: “Nelson dishes up a winning combination of great weather and beautiful surroundings and is […]
Even though we only scratched the surface of the Coromandel peninsula, we fell completely in love with it in a heartbeat. There is so much to see and do and what we did see was pretty magnificent. We feel the need to come back here and explore it more before we can put together a ‘top 10’ list […]