The toilet inspector
Don't expect kids to enjoy travel your way.
Adele Hamilton, Editor Parent24 (Shawn Benjamin)
When I was 10 - the age my son is now - I was lucky enough to go on a trip to Europe with my family. I remember being fascinated by the amazing variety of toilets and flushing mechanisms. Oh, and the odd artwork or building.

With the holidays coming up, you'll be taking your children places - even if it's the local park or museum. It's sure to be more fun if you don't direct the outing, and just let the child see the world her or his own way.

For inspiration, read all about little Nura's visit to the Knysna Elephant Park, then visit our Travel section for 100s of ideas of things to do these Easter holidays whether you're going away or staying at home.

How does your little one help you see the world differently? Send us a mail and if it's chosen as the best you could win a hamper of fun and fruity TLC bathroom products.

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