Travelling with children can be challenging, but here are a few hints and tips to turn your potentially stressful trip into a fun and memorable journey of discovery.
An occupied child is a happy child and it doesn’t take much to add a little excitement to your daily trip routine. Pack a jacket with many pockets to become your child’s travel jacket. Every morning slip a few sweets, crayons, tissues or small toys, preferably toys you wouldn’t mind losing along the way, into the pockets. These little treasures will keep them occupied and if they get tired the jacket also doubles as a handy pillow or blanket.
Many passengers have travelled the same bus route for years, however when you’re accompanied by small children it’s obvious why the shortest route could save you a lot of energy. Follow the link below to a list of all Durban Transport, People Mover and Mynah bus timetables to find out how you can cut down on your travelling time.
Lastly, try to choose seating near the front of the bus. The front of the bus gives you more time to collect your bags and get your child ready to make sure you don’t miss your stop.
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