There is no better time to go camping than during the summertime. The sun will ensure you can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities as a family, while the nights will be more comfortable for your child to enjoy a good night’s rest. Read our tips on how to plan an unforgettable camping trip with children.
Summer holidays offer the perfect opportunity to relax and recharge, but if you’re not careful, you can end up spending a small fortune on these trips. Luckily though, help is at hand. If you’re looking for ways to make your next summer sojourn more affordable, keep reading. Here are some simple but effective money saving tips. Yes I am planning my summer holidays already!
I love spontaneous trips with the family and last weekend was no exception, before the poorlies hit the Constant household anyway, we took to the motorway and had a camping adventure at Happisburgh beach. One of favourite beaches because the kids and dogs can run free without a care in the world, the odd seal to spot and lots going on to take photos of (the most important factor haha). Here is our trip, in photos:
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Award winning QHotels are running a fantastic competition to be a#QHotelsFamilyAmbassador and we leapt at the chance to enter. After spending two weeks in a holiday suite with the tots, thinking about how to entertain them when in the room was something that was on my mind daily. Thankfully I had thought about this before hand I took things with us to help keep them occupied. So when I saw this competition, it was just a chance to write down everything I had been thinking about.
After spending two weeks in Turkey and a couple of boat trips, I feel completely inspired to explore the unpopulated scenery and the views from the coastlines. It looked completely magical and I loved the fact that we visited only places that you can reach by boat. A cruise must be so much more magical than that… think of the amazing things you could see on the Turkey coastlines and secrets you could unfold.