WhereverFamily is proud to announce contributor Rina Baraz Nehdar was recently honored for her work on the website. Congratulations!
Nehdar received honorable mention in the Portrait, People, Online category for “Affordable Family Time in Sayulita” in the 2018 NATJA Travel Media Awards Competition, bestowed annually by the North American Travel Journalists Association. Nehdar’s photo of a little girl eating ice cream, pictured here, earned the accolade. Check out the full article here. Work from September 2017 through August 2018 was eligible.
WhereverFamily launched in September 2017; this award comes in the web publication’s inaugural year.
When Nehdar isn’t wrangling her three boys in the suburbs of Los Angeles, she can be found in downward-facing dog, looking for organic produce or furiously trying to get everything done before everyone gets out of school. Before motherhood, Nehdar was a journalist for both radio and television. Besides whereverfamily.com, she can be found at mommyhasastory.com and lafamilytravel.com.
One of South Korea’s most-visited and famous cities, Incheon is home to nearly everything your family could want from a vacation. Between the city’s stunning temples and historic landmarks to its modern shopping centers and world-class amenities, including golf courses, spas and dining establishments, you’ll have your hands full in just choosing what to see and do.
By Hainan Airlines
Zermatt’s colorful ski boutique-lined Bahnhofstrasse, stylish apartment-style lodgings of every description and views of the Matterhorn from every angle make up one of Europe’s most family-friendly destinations — and it certainly does not hurt that it is proclaimed the “world’s best ski resort” by organizations like SnowOnline.com year after year. During the warmer months, meanwhile, you will see many family groups with kids strolling the shopping streets (sometimes alongside a herd of about 50 free-range Valais Blackneck goats around 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.), enjoying fondue and pizza at nearby cafés, and taking advantage of the many hiking and bike trails.
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