Windmills of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)

Last Friday I took my Little Rascals on a spontaneous trip to Castilla-La Mancha to see the famous windmills. We visited three little towns located in Toledo province. Spanish windmills, famous due to the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, are one of the symbols of Castilla-La Mancha community. El Romeral We made our…

Lego® CLUB #1

A few weeks ago we started a Lego Club for home educated children. We meet every fortnight and work in a group of 3 to 6 children (depending on a day). Every week we have a different theme/activity. Below you can see the subjects we explored along with links to the pages I used when…

Girls’ day out in Malaysia

On Thursday we left our boys to have a “girls only” morning. It wasn’t our typical mummy-daughter time as we were joined by our lovely host Ella and her little daughter. Nevertheless, no boys allowed! We went to Kuala Terengganu to a local market. I wanted to take a look at batiks and N wanted…

Little Rascals in Kuala Lumpur

At the beginning of our Malaysian adventure, we spent few days in Kuala Lumpur. It was just enough to keep the kids entertained although actually, we haven’t seen much of the city. Rascals’ Dad was working in the afternoons and somehow I didn’t feel like exploring the city alone with kids. It was overwhelming, I…