AD | Where There’s Family, There’s Fun: Preparing For Your Next Adventure

AD | Where There’s Family, There’s Fun: Preparing For Your Next Adventure

AD – Collaborative Post* You know we love travel and if you love to travel too, you’ll be keen to take your little ones along for the adventure. New sights, environments, cultures, and people, are all excellent ways to enrich the lives of your kids, and ensure that they grow-up…

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Our  complete family travel and adventures resource

Our complete family travel and adventures resource

Over the years we’ve done our fair share of travelling, both as a couple and as a family. I’ve tried as we go along to share our adventures, especially since becoming a family, and I will be concentrating on this side of the blog going forward as well. One of…

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AD | Weekend road trips with kids and how to prepare for them in the winter

AD | Weekend road trips with kids and how to prepare for them in the winter

AD | Collaborative Post* Who says travel has to be expensive? In fact some of our favourite travels have been little road trips that have cost us only fuel and the upkeep of our car, and maybe a few snacks along the way, but then a road trip isn’t a…

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Searching for donkey’s at Carrisbrooke Castle

Searching for donkey’s at Carrisbrooke Castle

Our last stop during our trip to the Isle of Wight last month was Carrisbrooke Castle. It was high up on my list of places to visit on the island as it’s close to East Cowes where we were getting the ferry home, and somewhere I’d never been before. We…

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Six hours in Cambridge with kids

Six hours in Cambridge with kids

A few weeks back, I decided to join Dann on his trip to Cambridge with the kids, and I thought I’d share what we got up to. Basically Dann’s job means that from time to time he goes off to meetings in other parts of the country (mainly the South).…

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Tigers (and sharks) at the Isle of Wight Zoo

Tigers (and sharks) at the Isle of Wight Zoo

No trip to the Island would be complete without a stop at the Isle of Wight Zoo, especially when you have little ones. Set right on Sandown beach, it’s built inside the ruins of a Victorian Fort, and famous for walking their tigers on the beach they are sat opposite.…

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Caravanning on the Isle of Wight with Parkdean Resorts Landguard

Caravanning on the Isle of Wight with Parkdean Resorts Landguard

If you’ve been following my social media, you’ll have seen we’ve been away on our first family of four trip to Parkdean Resorts Landguard, Isle of Wight. Basically, back in August, I got a little wanderlusty (is that a word, I’m sticking with it) so decided to book a little…

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