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Best Places to Move For a Warmer Climate

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This is a collaborative post. Most people love to spend time in the warm weather. They associate the warm weather with summertime beach fun and relaxing by the pool. Studies show that warmer temperatures, on average, make people happier. The problem is finding a location with a warm climate that also matches your personality. You don’t want to move to …

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Visiting The Eden Project

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Press trip. Visiting The Eden Project has been a bucket list item for me for years. As a green minded person, it was always on top of my list to visit. I was so happy when they invited me for a visit and we managed to spend a day there when in Cornwall during last autumn half term with the …

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Top Summer Weekend Getaways in the USA

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This is a guest post. There are so many great places for a summer weekend getaway in the USA, it can be difficult to pick just one! Whether you’re looking for an active outdoor adventure or some relaxing time by the beach, we’ve got you covered.  The Hamptons To start our list off with a bang, let’s look at the …

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How To Plan a Sustainable Ski Holiday

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This post may contain compensated elements. It is quite difficult to educate skiers about the negative impact their favourite sport can make on the environment. We all assume that it is the sole responsibility of the local mountain communities who make a livelihood from skiing to conserve and safeguard the slopes which have sustained them for so many years. While …

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Staycation Whilst Social Distancing: Why 2 Berth Caravans Are Perfect

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Sponsored post by Bailey of Bristol. The summer of 2020 was something nobody will forget. I don’t know about you, but for me it was a definite realisation that for the near future staycations and self-catering holidays are the way forward. We’ve been trying to do more of this anyway, as a bid to reduce flying and our carbon footprint.  …

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Our Staycation In Broadstairs: Things To Do With Kids

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Back in August we have visited Broadstairs for the first time as we had to cancel our holiday in France. Never mind we thought, as we have planned more staycations in the future and clocking in less air miles (although, we meant to travel to France by train). So we booked a few days in a little boutique B&B close …

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Broadstairs House Boutique B&B Review

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Back in August, after yet another cancellation of our yearly French holiday (we did try different ways to travel to France this summer since things were booked back last year, but after the second set of Eurostar bookings were cancelled, we gave up) we were facing with 3 weeks of being stuck in the UK. The kids were really looking …

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Day Out With The Children: Visiting Stonehenge

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Stonehenge has been on our (my) bucket list for a long time: Bobcat has been obsessed with landmarks for a while, especially Stonehenge and I actually never managed to visit it ever since I’ve been living in the UK. So this summer, since we were staying near Basingstoke we went around for a day out. I don’t know if we’ve …

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Day Out With The Children: New Forest Wildlife Park

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We have visited the New Forest Wildlife Park two or three times so far, last time it was a few weeks ago, in the summer of Covid-19. Some things changed, some aren’t. I have old and new photos, so I thought put a post together of why we like it there.  We do like the New Forest and this wildlife …

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Review: Burlington Mansions Holiday Apartments Boscombe

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This year was very weird for all of us. Travel-wise as well: we had two trips cancelled this summer. One was our regular summer visit of the grandparents in Hungary which was a bit of a heartache for me, I’m just desperate to for the children to spend more time with my parents as they are getting older. The other …