Charlotte Touring Penang, Malaysia

These photos were taken when we decided to take 6 months off to travel the world with our 14 month old daughter Charlotte.

In the first two photos, she still hadn't learnt to walk. These were taken in Penang in Malaysia. One is looking out from a famous temple onto the rain and the other is when we stopped to take shelter from the storm at a food market in the town. The Malaysians kept coming up to her and calling her baby doll because of her blond hair and she thought all the attention was great.

The last photo was taken in the freezing cold as we hiked near Mount Cook in New Zealand to go and see Tasman Lake, which had icebergs floating in it as bits of the glacier fall off. It was freezing, windy and very hard to climb up with a child on your back but we still managed to have most of our picnic there before we headed for the warmth of our car. Charlotte liked the climbing up (that's because she didn't have to do it) but thought the icebergs were very overrated.

Hope you like the photos - just off to try and find something warm and waterproof for the winter.

Alex Pickett

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