The death of the map: technology takeover

reading a map

My childhood memories of travelling with my parents include lots of map reading. I’m pretty sure it’s how they got around my “are we nearly there yet?” questions. They dealt with this by giving me the map and getting me to spot the route and check off the places we were passing through. Pre-tech it passed the time and I learnt a good skill in the process.

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Florida in the Summer: what to expect

Miami Beach

Are you thinking of taking a family trip to Florida at some point? We love Florida and have had two very happy family holidays there in the last few years which was wonderful. One of these was during the summer, so we picked up on a few things that you have to expect if you […]

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Things to consider when travelling to the USA

flying to the USA

Have you travelled to the USA before? Whilst I was lucky enough to travel a lot with my parents as a child, I didn’t head across the Atlantic until I was in my early 20s. Since then I’ve been a few times, some for work, some for family holidays. There are so many things I love about the USA and I still have so much of it left to see.

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Guide to an Amazing Family Friendly Sailing Holiday Around the Greek Islands


If you have decided to make your next family holiday a Greek Island sailing holiday, then congratulations! The Greek islands are full of ancient history and stunning landscapes. Between museums, amazing Mediterranean food and plenty of beach and swimming opportunities, there’s definitely something to be enjoyed by every member of the family. When thinking about […]

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