I’ve not really ventured too far… Since mid-January and the birth of Peanut, I’ve been pretty much confined to the house and my local area.
I’ve only recently being able to walk any distance and drive again. Meanwhile, poor Monkey has been chomping at the bit to go somewhere other than the local park. (more…)
After reading a recent Telegraph article from Grant Feller who outlines his arguments to why he thinks far-flung luxury travel is wasted on the young, and why he believes it’s not worth doing until children are teenagers, I found myself questioning my own motives to why I want to travel so much with my son.
The mood in Great Britain is a sombre one. While the country is in disarray with the worse political crisis I have ever experienced in my lifetime, the England football team’s diabolical performance also saw them crashing out of the Euros last night. (more…)
If you were to ask travellers, most will agree that there is one poignant moment; one unexpected conversation; one breathtaking experience; or one person they can recall that has changed the way in which they view the world – a meaningful interlude that has helped shaped their future selves.
I’ve always loved travelling and exploring new places. Before I became a travel blogger, going away and partaking in a trip was a wholly different experience. Dare I even admit, a more relaxed affair? Certainly for my husband at least! (more…)