We do not really get to go away together, just the two of us. We have so many responsibilities that it’s quite impossible to get away most of the time; dogs, cat, kids, football, work! The list goes on. But sometimes the worlds align and we escape to the country. Literally. We spent a beautiful weekend in Suffolk, courtesy of Suffolk Cottage Holidays, to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary.
As the children are getting older, they are more capable of walking a little further and walking harder routes. Noah managed Snowdon when he was about 5 and more recently, we all conquered Mam Tor. We love exploring and so it got me thinking about my travel list and walking holidays around the world – not just in England. So, these are my top 5 places to go on a family walking holiday.
It got me thinking that we do so much with the children and I do not document it all, a lot of things we do that are free too. So if you are feeling at a loose end and want to do something fun, outdoor activities and indoors, look no further. Although this is based in and around Cambridgeshire you can find similar things to do in the area of the world you live. All you need is a little imagination…
I get asked a lot about what I take with me when we are out with the kids, travelling abroad is no different. We still needs wipes, first aid kits and that all important spares of underwear for both children! But there are some things that we would take now that we didn’t know about when the children were younger, or simply they are not needed any longer.
We were super lucky to get an afternoon at Planet Ice in Milton Keynes at the weekend. We went ice skating for around 90 minutes and then had a well earned Papa John’s meal afterwards. It was a great afternoon. The kids had not skated before and I haven’t done it for years, it was quite scary when you first get back on the slippy ice.
I have made at least 3 epic fails in the past few weeks when it came to booking our family flights for our Easter holiday. I am absolutely useless and I have my stomach in my mouth still, after discovering the third one. So I thought I would write about my mammoth fails so that others can look out for them.
Mykonos has many idyllic places to visit with your partner. Apart from its natural beauties, you will find a lot of romantic restaurants, accommodation and picturesque sightseeing spots where you and your partner can create some special memories together.
Are you planning a break in the UK this year? Would you like some suggestions as to where to go? How about some handy tips to help you save money? The UK is a glorious place to visit whatever time of the year. There’s plenty to keep all members of the family occupied and entertained and some beautiful stretches of countryside and coastline to explore. You can choose from a wide range of different accommodation, andmany of the options don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Whether the UK is already your home or you’re traveling from far away locations, here are some tips to help make your UK break an unforgettable one.