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Winelands – Stay a at least a couple of nights in this gorgeous part of the country – about 45 minutes from Cape Town.I also know from experience that preparation is essential. Use the postcards or stationary from your hotel room to paint watercolors in down time before bed.Bring along a pack of blank watercolor postcards and your kids can create their own postcards to send home.I am excited to be their buddy, their teacher and their exploration co-captain for a little bit before they get back on the growing up train.Honestly though let’s all agree – there are inevitable complications when everyone is out of their element, jet-lagged, trying to settle in to unfamiliar beds, sampling “interesting” foods, stretching their comfort zones, and adjusting to unaccustomed oodles of “togetherness.” People always marvel when we tell them how much we travel with our kids, but I need you to know that even on the BEST TRIP EVER usually at least one person in our family loses it at least once a day.

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