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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 …

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Family Summer Holiday in Narbonne – Fun Things to Do Around France’s Secret Riviera

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This year we really travelled a lot. We felt like, before reception class starts for my boy – we should take advantage of the freedom, whilst we can. Traveling with small children can be tricky sometimes so we plan a lot ahead, making sure that everything go as smooth as possible – which is important for Bobcat. We read lots …

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Autumn In Hertfordshire – Why Is An MOT Test Important At This Time Of The Year

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Autumn In Hertfordshire – Why Is An MOT Test Important At This Time Of The Year As the seasons are changing, the driving conditions are changing too. We’re now heading into a wetter, colder and foggier time of the year and it’s always a good idea to check if your car is ready for the season change. Especially if you’re …

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Our Narbonne Holiday: Le Domaine de Montlaurès Review

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This was the first time we booked a holiday home, a small “mansion” in Southern France, near Narbonne. Booking a house for holiday is always a bit risky, you never really know what you get because the photos can be really pretty, sometimes even manipulated and there’s a chance of disappointment. I guess it’s like with every aspect of a …

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Camping With Kids – 10 Tips All Parents Need To Know

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Getting back to nature and camping in the great outdoors can be a fun and truly enriching experience for the entire family. It gives you the chance to get away from the stresses of everyday life, switch off for a while, and really bond with your partner and children. That being said, family camping trips can also be quite stressful, …