All posts tagged dog travel

Day 3: A quiet, cosy in-cabin day

We woke up this morning to a stationary ferry – we’re in Trondheim! Read more…

Day 2: We met a troll in Ålesund

Mummy, the boat is docking at Måløy at 07.15. It looks very dark outside. Shall we go outside? Read more…

All aboard!

We are sailing, we are sailing … Read more…

Grey “Colourful” Bergen

It’s been raining since we arrived last evening – so out came the Equafleeces! Read more…

Train snooze

George gets to sit on Mummy’s lap most of the time when we’re travelling but sometimes, I have more to give Read more…

First snow

The time has come for those booties to go out in the snow! Yikes Read more…

Next stop – Oslo

How much further till we get to Oslo? Read more…

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen

So glad we’re not going on another train today. Instead, we get to explore Copenhagen for the day. Read more…

Ready for another train journey, George?

From Hamburg, we have one long train journey to Copenhagen – 5 hours – or so we thought. Read more…

24 hours till Hamburg

Since leaving home yesterday evening, we’ve been in a taxi  Read more…

Ready to roll?

We’re all set and ready to roll!  We are leaving for our Christmas break – going to Norway for a cruise along the fjords.   Read more…

You didn’t miss much, George

Georgie, let me tell you something. It may seem like it was such fun to travel with Mummy Read more…

The journey home is never long

The last morning walk – albeit underneath the Belfry Tower – we are in Brugge after all.  Read more…

Send the carriage!

Me and the kids, we’re riding through Brugge as one does – on a horse-drawn carriage! Read more…

Hallo Brugge!

The entourage is on the move again. Good bye Amsterdam! It’s been fun.  Read more…

Objet d’art, colours, tiles and lots of chairs

As you know Mummy loves all things interior design and she loves the use and placement of art. So the Pullitzer Hotel is really her cup of tea besides it being dog-friendly. Read more…

It’s a Dog’s Day in Amsterdam

Am I going with you?  Read more…

I AMsterdam!

Our journey was long and our destination – beautiful! Read more…

It’s about the journey, not the destination

Jane Austen wrote – If adventures will not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad. Read more…

Have backpack will travel – easier

Yay! Mummy’s all sorted when she has to take the both of us in the tube. Read more…

A very civilised afternoon …

After a slow train journey back to London, we arrived back to Kings Cross Station. Instead of rushing to join the taxi queue, we wandered over to the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel – for Afternoon Tea. Read more…

It’s Sunday and we woke up in a church!

No need to leave the premises, we are already in a church. Hallelujah! Read more…

Battling the rush hour

No matter how much of a rush it is, the way train stations work in the UK is you have to stop, wait and stare at the information board before you continue on your way.

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We’re off to see some magic! Er, maybe disappearing acts …

Hogwarts! Here we come! Read more…

Size matters. Small dog shall fly … much easier

I weigh 6kg and when I am inside the Sleepy Pod Air I am less than 8kg which fits most airlines requirement. Read more…

You + Me + NYC = L.O.V.E.

Gosh, it seems like ages since that last night in NYC.  It’s been a whirlwind since we came home. Read more…

Pre-boarding priviledges – the journey home

Mummy couldn’t believe her ears when the staff at the boarding gate told us to go to the pre-boarding queue!!!! Read more…

Me and my imperfections …

It is already time for my check-ups and de-worming tablets before we leave for home – not more than five days and not less than 24 hours before we re-enter the UK. Read more…

George goes to D.C.

After one full day in NYC, Mummy took advantage of the jet lag factor and made plans for us to take a VERY early train to Washington D.C. Read more…

Winging our way across the Atlantic

After arriving on ferry from the British Isles to Hoek van Holland, we took the Sprinter train,  Read more…