Travel

Making The Most Of International Hosts

Nowadays, there are more ways than ever to enjoy a trip around the world. From luxury cruises to backpack adventures, it’s never been easier to get yourself abroad, and a lot of people are taking advantage of it. Of course,…
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Christmas in South Africa

I love family Christmasses, but why does it have to be so cold! I think one day, when the boys are older, we might head out to somewhere beautiful and sunny for Christmas. My husband has family in Cape Town,…
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The Benagil Caves and other beautiful things

We have just returned from a weeks holiday in the Algarve with some friends. I’ve never been to Portugal before and I really wanted to love the country, its people, the attractions, the food… I wanted to love everything about…
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Touring The U.S.A: The Understated States

With fifty states to choose from, visiting the USA can often be a tough holiday to choose. Where should you go? Should it be the streets of New York, where you can shop till your heart’s content? Perhaps heading to…
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Tips for camping with a baby

Whenever we go camping we play a little game of ‘how much can we squeeze into the car’. We don’t really rough it when we camp. It’s more like glamping really, truth be told. Our tent set up involves electric…
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Our 2018 UK City Tour Wishlist

We’ll have been on two family holidays abroad this year and so next year we’ll probably holiday here in the UK. We love this country and all it has to offer holiday makers. Granted, the weather could be better but…
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Just So Festival: Saturday

Our Saturday at Just So was as enjoyable as the Friday evening, only we got to cram even more fun into the day! After a leisurely breakfast at the tent, Squidge and I kicked off the fun with a bit of…
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Our first time at Just So Festival: Friday

On Sunday I returned home from my first Just So festival with my husband, children and some lovely blogger friends. My bones ached and my shoes were filthy. I unpacked six laundry loads worth of muddy, paint spattered, feather covered…
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Highlights from bluedot Festival

I absolutely love festivals. I never went to any before I had children and the first one I did go to was a free one near my house, so you can definitely say I tiptoed into the realm of festival…
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Preparing for a flight with young children

If the thought of a long haul flight with three children fills you with dread, welcome to my world! On our recent flight to America I was so stressed about how to keep the boys entertained that I couldn’t really…
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