The Dordogne region of south-west France is one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in the country. The Dordogne Valley usually refers to the path followed by the river, and is towards the south of the department where it travels from east to west, passing through Bergerac and many of the other popular villages.
Orlando is rammed with places to eat. You can pretty much find any type of food in all the restaurants there, and you don’t have to move very far to find something. You certainly won’t be searching for somewhere to eat – more like trying to decide where to try next! If you have space […]
Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads remind me of geography lessons at school. We studied The Broads as a topic for GCSE geography and I loved it. The Broads, a National Park with over 125 miles of navigable lock-free waterways, set in beautiful countryside, are possibly what Norfolk is most known for. The closest other example I can think […]
If you and your partner love to travel, don’t worry about giving it up when you become parents. Traveling with a baby can be a little challenging at first, but as you learn the ropes and get used to roaming around with a baby in tow, it is just as easy as traveling alone. If you’ve […]
Last weekend we headed to Ellesmere Port National Waterways Museum. I last went there for a meeting about 10 years ago! The reason for our trip was to meet Ben and Holly and take part in a range of other activities inspired by The Little Kingdom and check out what the museum had to offer. […]
Being a mum is challenging. Your children are reliant on you 24/7 in the early days, and after that still so if you are the one doing the bulk of the care, so it’s hard to have any ‘me time’. Even after a return to work, or even if you share the care with a […]
Do you enjoy a good carnival? Do you like festivals? Fancy putting the two together this summer? You can at Camp Bestival. We love festivals but we’ve only ever been to one-day events before. This summer we’ll be heading to Camp Bestival for four days and camping with the children. Crazy? perhaps. Exciting, very! There […]
A gap year can be an exciting time for teenagers before they head off to university. Not only will it give them their first real taste of being out in the big bad world all on their own, but it can help them learn life lessons. It’ll also teach them about who they are and […]