Each park has it's own approach to the situation though, as the set out of the parks are so different, and they seem to have upped their game this year with their approach, so make sure you read on to find out more.Read More
I haven’t done many reviews recently and I think it is fair to say this has given me a kick in the butt to start back doing what I love best, giving my opinion on things I love. So before I get started, I want to say thank you to the team at Revolucian De Cuba for having me and feeding my love of blogging again.Read More
Whether flying business class or economy travellers can now do so in style thanks to a new nail service launched at London Heathrow Airport.Read More
Great news for families and teens in the Reading area this summer, as of 23rd July 2016, Reading Buses are putting on a bus straight to and from your favourite local theme parks, Legoland Resort Windsor & Thorpe Park.Read More
We were invited down to Pizza Express at The Oracle, Reading, on Friday to celebrate Rocky's birthday and the release of the new collaboration with their Piccolo menu and the Ice Age: Collision Course film. On arrival we were greeted with a smile and a personal welcome from Claudio, the manager...Read More
When you hit the bright lights of Bangkok you're bound to have researched the main tourist attractions like the floating market and the amazing temples. However, you may not know all the cool things that Bangkok has to offer off the beaten tourist tracks.Read More
I would never have thought about taking the kids toBangkok, in my head it was just a place backpackers went. I don’t know why I have overlooked this amazing historical city but since going I have to admit I think some parts would be perfect for children. Pick and choose your timing of the holiday though as the heat can be a deal breaker for their moods and boy is Thailand hot.Read More
It's not a secret that we as a family have a bit of a fascination with theme parks or that I am obsessed with shopping and the beach. Sometimes I have to sacrifice the shopping or beach for their adventures but overall we can even it out if we just research before what we are doing.Read More
I'm a blogger. I need to be online. I need to be on social media. I need to instantly share pictures. I need to be tweeting what I'm doing and checking in at every cool place I go. I NEED WIFI!
What is the point of going on a cool press trip to show you all what is to offer in a beautiful country when I can't show you until I'm home because I have no signal or wifi connection. That is so 2002.
Don't fret I have the solution as to how to blow your minds with my holiday spam whilst being in the jungle, Tep Wireless.Read More
That's right, me, the beach loving, sunbathing, pale English rose is going on an adventure to Thailand and Cambodia... with ACTUAL activities! Like swinging through trees and boat related stuff.Read More
In July last year Hoff whisked me off to Paris for a long weekend without the kids. It was a complete surprise. He just said 'pack a bag' and 'where's you passport?'. This isn't helpful for a girl who likes to know what's going on and what weather she's packing for. We don't often get away without the kids and so this was a huge deal for us and what a perfect place to go.Read More
Jamaica is currently high up on our 'Places to go as a family' list, not just because it's hot, you know how much I love heat, but because of the beautiful beaches and history behind the island. I believe that travel is an important part of educating our children about life in other countries, culture and music. I didn't travel until I was 21 and I want to make up for all those years lost and teach my children early about travelling and the beauty of other countries.Read More
The Trooper Potts, a new Hungry Horse pub on Basingstoke Road in Reading, will open its doors to all for the first time on March 21; which just so happens to be World Down Syndrome day, a day in which we reflect on how awesome Kyd's extra Chromosome is. Perfect timing for our annual celebration meal out.Read More
Sometimes in life you hit a wall... I hit that wall, full force, in the midst of storm Alice; it's not really called storm Alice, it's Imogen or something, but they missed a trick there, Storm Alice has a ring to it.Read More
On our recent couples holiday to Sri Lanka, we decided that we needed at least one week away without the kids every few years.Read More
This time last week I was in the sunnier climates of Sri Lanka. We were there to celebrate the marriage of two friends of ours, a happy occasion shared by family and friends alike. In the midst of the fun we wanted to experience the culture of the country and meet some of the people; so we did just that.Read More
Following on from my Rhine River Cruise post, I have been thinking about cruises for all the family, not just myself and my sister.
Cruises are something I have avoided for family holidays because I have a fear of the sea and open water, so just the thought gives me shivers. However, after discussing cruises with other bloggers and companies this year I have become very curious as to what it would be like.Read More
This year my sister decided that she would visit at least one cathedral or castle a month. We both share a love of beautiful architecture which stems from my Dad’s love of ‘looking up’ at the beautiful things that lay above our shop filled eye line. She has so far fulfilled her 2015 dreams andvisited many cathedrals around the UK and abroad; and all without me. I have had cathedral envy and so I have been looking at ways in which we can do this together next year but including many more castles; as sisterly bonding time. We both, like many other sisters, have to schedule time together due to the crazy lives we lead, booking ahead is a must.Read More
The traditional cuisine of the island has many diverse influences; Indian, Arabic, Malay, that all find their way into the nation's bowls, pans and plates with the end result being curry!Read More
There is no doubt about the fact that Sri Lanka is a very spiritual country but I wanted to look into the history of their spirituality and where it comes from. Here is what I learnt...Read More