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Roadtrip across the Nullarbor

Cake and Eat it 3's Roadtrip across the Nullarbor It is on most Australians to do list at some point, to roadtrip the Nullarbor.  1200 kilometres mostly dead straight road across Western Australia and into South Australia. Nullarbor which comes from the latin, Nullus meaning no and Arbor meaning trees is quite accurate for  a majority of the roadtrip.   Depending on which side of Australia ...
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Back in Australia and Roadtripping again

Great to be back in Australia and Roadtripping again Been a while since we posted and lots has been happening in the world of Cake and Eat it 3.  As always on the road there are lots of lessons to be learnt at every turn. Facebook gets updated a lot more frequently. We arrived back in Australia in September.  Crazy how fast time flies! I, Leanne, went back to my old workplace to assist with...
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Report Card Roadschooling Europe

Three and a half months in Europe, how did we go with schooling? We have been back just over a week from such a wonderful three and a half months roadtripping Europe.  As you can imagine there are many wonderful stories we have to share.  One of the most popular questions we get asked is with regard to schooling of our now Miss 10 who is in Grade 4. Everyone does it differently, no one way, is...
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Kids Birthdays on the Road

Birthdays on the Road As we get older we tend to be a lot happier not to cause a fuss when it comes to growing another year older. (Not me, I love birthdays, any excuse for a celebration really)  BUT when it comes to our kids, they are counted down, with great excitement and anticipation of being another whole year older. While on our roadtrip of Europe, Miss B turned 10! Yup double figures, w...
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Castles are awesome, Carcassonne is more Awesome!

I love CASTLES!  Castles are AWESOME! Hi everyone this is Miss B and my first solo post, please be kind lol!! Carcassonne has over 2500 years of history!! That is a lot of history. We went to the amazing medieval castle in Carcassonne.  It had a draw bridge, which is a bridge that can lift up so people can not get in to the city or castle.  Of course, when we went it was down and they let you ...
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