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Why The Winter Car Service Checklist Is Important

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This is a collaborative post. Low temperatures and poor weather conditions can increase your chances of breakdowns during the winter months. Not only that, but the poor road conditions pose danger, so to prevent accidents make sure that your car is in it’s best condition. So before the worst winter weather takes hold, make sure you complete your winter service checklist …

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Why You Should Never Neglect Servicing Your Car – Drive More Environmentally Friendly!

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This is a collaborative post. The importance of car servicing should never be underestimated. Thinking that skipping scheduled car maintenance is saving you money and time is plainly wrong. It’s not only always means much higher costs down the line in the form of more extensive repairs or lost resale value but a neglected car poses potentially higher risk of accidents …

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How To Make Most Of Your Visit: London Transport Museum And A Child With Autism

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Be a tourist or a Londoner on a day out: The London Transport Museum is a must-see attraction of the capital. The iconic double-decker buses, the tube and the world-known public transport signs are all attractions, you can’t see anywhere else in the world. The London Transport Museum has a fantastic and historical collection of old buses, metro trains, maps …

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5 Things to Do Before Heading to the Airport

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This is a collaborative post. With all the excitement of heading on holiday, it’s far too easy for us to forget about the finer and more important details, which can lead to complications and stress further down the line. Whilst it’s a lot of fun thinking about everything you are going to get up to when you’re finally at your …

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5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Ski and Snowboard Lovers

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This is a collaborative post. Approaching the best part of the ski season means it’s a great time to get a few new bits for your gear. The first snow has already reached the European peaks so they are all ready for the season. I think all winer sport lovers are getting very excited and looking forward to their next …

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Review: Eneko One Aldwych – London Restaurant Festival 2018

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We’ve chosen Eneko at One Aldwych for our recent night out in London for an after theatre meal. I still find it kind of surprising that not every fine dining restaurant offers tables after 10pm – but some shows finish late and we prefer to dine rather after the show then before. Located in Covent Garden in the heart of London’s …

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Brittany Holiday Part 1 – Things to Do Around Saint-Malo, Rochefort-en-Terre and Le Croisic

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Bretagne or Brittany is a fantastic place as many English people already know this for being just a few hours ferry ride away from Dover and Portsmouth. We decided to take a last minute August holiday as the weather can be quite unpredictable here. As they say: pack a pair of shorts and a raincoat. And this was true for …

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6 Tips For Travelling With Your Kids

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If you’d told me, 2 years ago, that I’d be writing a blog on family travel. That I would be writing posts about amazing holidays or how to handle picky eaters…. Well, I’d have laughed. A lot. And yet here I am, writing a post about my top tips for travelling with kids! Turns out a lot can change in …

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Carter’s Vintage Steam Fair – A Fun Day In Pictures

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I am a huge fair of Carter’s Vintage Steam Fair – recently been featured in Bobcat’s current favourite movie, Paddington 2 – so when they are around, we will surely show up. I remember the first time we went about 6 years ago, as a date with my future husband. It’s still one of my favourite memories of the period …

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Family Holiday On The Costa Del Sol in April – Fun Things To Do With Children In Malaga

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In 2018 we did a little bit of travelling and when the travel bug bites – you must go! We booked this holiday for the half term in April to catch a little bit of Mediterranean sun and salty sea air. It was cheap – flights at that time of the year are generally cheaper because it’s waaaay out of …