Joie Commuter Travel Cot Review

With the imminent arrival of baby number two, we have been looking into the essential items that we need to purchase or replace. We do have a second-hand travel cot from Jake’s baby days but it has always been a tricky one to set up so I was eager to see what else was now available on the market. 

Kiddies Kingdom is your one-stop online shop for all things baby and child. I had a look through their wide range of Travel Cots for sale and was immediately drawn to Continue reading “Joie Commuter Travel Cot Review”

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John O’Groats To Cape Town: Travelling Down The Map

When it comes to long-distance travel, a lot of people have some big ideas of the places they’d like to see. Over the years, through seeing other people’s images, along with television appearances, it’s easy to build up a list of the places you need to see. Of course, though, choosing locations is one thing; planning a route is another. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring a trip like no other, from John O’Groats, the Northernmost town in the UK, to Cape Town, one of South Africa’s furthest South cities, to give you an idea of how to can embark on your own. Continue reading “John O’Groats To Cape Town: Travelling Down The Map”

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Tips for Travelling with Kids

You’re probably thinking ‘why on earth would I want to travel with the kids?!’ Although it sounds like a task riddled in stress and frequent nagging, from both sides, it’s actually important to include your children in your travels plans, and it doesn’t have to be as stressful as it sounds. Continue reading “Tips for Travelling with Kids”

8 reasons to book an in-inclusive holiday

8 Reasons To Book An All-Inclusive Holiday

Prior to becoming a parent, myself and my other half would happily book a last minute holiday, booking all of our arrangements separately and working out where to eat and what to do once we arrived. This lead to us having a mixture of amazing holidays and also some disastrous ones… being scammed in Tunisia Continue reading “8 Reasons To Book An All-Inclusive Holiday”

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The must know tips and tricks for a perfect family holiday

A family holiday isn’t always smooth sailing. When you’ve got little ones or two, there’s always the potential for things to go awry, even when it’s out of your control. With that being said, there are plenty of tried and tested tips to ensure a perfect getaway. Here are just some of them. Continue reading “The must know tips and tricks for a perfect family holiday”

The National Botanic Garden Of Wales- A Great Day Out

We have just come back from a lovely break in Wales where we visited so many amazing different places but my favourite from the week had to be The National Botanic Garden Of Wales. Set in the beautiful countryside of Carmarthenshire these gardens are almost like a scaled down version of The Eden Project. With stunning gardens of varying styles, a butterfly house, Continue reading “The National Botanic Garden Of Wales- A Great Day Out”

The Isle of Wight in a Day? Here’s What You Can Get Up To

Visiting the Isle of Wight for the day may seem like an unachievable trip but, if like me, you live within an hour’s drive of the nearest docks, you can easily jump on the ferry, hovercraft or catamaran and be on the beautiful within 60 minutes. Your choice of transport will all depend on what activities you intend on getting up to when over on the island. If you want to be on the island in 10 minutes you can do so via Continue reading “The Isle of Wight in a Day? Here’s What You Can Get Up To”