Do you ever contemplate taking a family trip but it all seems too hard?
Wonder how you'd stay sane with a toddler on a long-haul flight?
Does travelling with your kids give you a sense of terror rather than joy?
If the answer is yes, then Travel Without Tears is for you.
This practical and entertaining guide is essential reading for anyone contemplating a family holiday or adventure.
It is packed with ideas and inspiration for where to go and when to do it, as well as practical tips to help you through every stage, from booking and planning, to coping on the road or in the air, and getting your kids fully engaged in the experience. Travel without tears starts here.
You can find a review of this book in The Australian here.
Sally Webb is an award-winning journalist specialising in travel, food and family.
She has authored nine Lonely Planet travel guides, including six on Italy and Rome, was deputy editor of both Travel + Leisure and Vogue Entertaining + Travel magazines and also food Publisher at Murdoch Books.
She writes travel articles for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age and reviews family friendly restaurants for Good Food.
As founder of bespoke travel specialists, Travel without Tears, Sally helps families create unique and unforgettable holiday experiences.
Here is a review in the Sydney Morning Herald