Travel

  • Relaxing in the South of France

    admin September 21, 2019

    I find myself caught in an interesting place; over the last few years it is possible to have heard me say, in a faux-snobbish way, that I would find it difficult to return to the same place again and again when there are so many…

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  • Guernsey, Channel Islands – A Revisit

    admin September 7, 2019

    *In exchange for this blog post our ferry journeys to Guernsey, and to St Malo, were provided by Condor Ferries. We were also gifted our accommodation in Guernsey. Everything else was paid for by us* Our trip to Guernsey in 2018 is something that we…

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  • Blue Planet Aquarium – A Birthday Trip

    admin July 9, 2019

    When you have a little boy who is obsessed with sharks and you happen to live less than an hour from Europe’s largest collection of sharks in captivity, a birthday visit to the aquarium is something of a no-brainer. I’m just actually surprised we haven’t…

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  • Our Summer Travel Plans

    admin May 24, 2019

    I love to travel. It seems a funny thing really for a person who actually gets quite anxious in the run-up to any great event but once we are passed the panic over leaving passports, or the need to begin washing and packing clothes weeks…

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  • 5 Things To Do at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire

    admin March 26, 2019

    This year we have decided to make more of an effort with our National Trust membership and venture a little further afield. We have our favourite local places, but sometimes it is nice to try new places, so when we woke one Saturday to the…

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  • Lincolnshire Wolds AONB: A Family Break

    admin December 12, 2018

    I have two very specific memories of Lincolnshire; the first is of driving miles out of our way to a small place called Boston around 11 years ago in order to pick up a gorgeous white kitten; our first real pet as a couple (because…

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  • Chester Zoo ǀ Day Out

    Jess November 5, 2018

    When it comes to days out in the north west, Chester Zoo is probably one of the better known and more popular options.  After our kids fell in love with watching ‘The Secret Life of the Zoo’ it is one which we have been meaning to…

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  • Northumberland: A Family Break with Ross Holiday Cottages

    admin August 22, 2018

    You wouldn’t believe the number of times I have sat down to try and write this post over the last few weeks but every time I did, I felt as though I wasn’t quite doing our recent trip to Northumberland with Ross Holiday Cottages justice.…

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  • Guernsey: A Short Break with Condor Ferries

    admin June 27, 2018

    Imagine an island which has stunning scenery as far as the eye can see, rugged clifftops and long stretches of sandy beach at almost every turn and you’ve just about summed Guernsey up in a nutshell.  When we were invited to visit the Channel Islands…

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  • Family Travel Plans 2018

    admin February 27, 2018

    I can’t be the only one who turns their thoughts to a holiday in the sun at this time of year.  When you are staring at grey skies, frost on the ground and rain more often than not, it’s easy to begin dreaming of warmer…

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  • Winter Glamping at Caalm Camp, Dorset ǀ Review

    Jess McGlynn January 16, 2018

    You may well ask what we were thinking, agreeing to go glamping in the bitter depths of winter but when we agreed to review a two night stay at the luxury Caalm Camp in Dorset, it was with the express purpose of proving, to ourselves…

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