I love travelling and visiting different places across the country and world!! Here I will share with you my experiences and recommendations.
DAY TRIP TO LEGOLAND! There’s just something I absolutely love about Lego so I was delighted when we organised a family outing to visit Legoland this weekend. With the car full of packed lunches we popped the postcode in the satnav and made our way whilst trying to remember how old me and my sister were … Continue reading Legoland
Do you ever get that feeling when you just want to jump in the car and drive to see where you end up? This is how I felt recently, I had been looking at places I could visit and decided upon Stratford Upon Avon as I had a vision of relaxing with my book and … Continue reading Warwick Castle
This year we spent the Christmas period in Dorset as we fancied doing something different. We stayed in a cottage in-between Weymouth and Dorchester in the idillic countryside overlooking The Hardy Monument and spent the whole week visiting both towns and my budgie Louie even came along for the trip…he wasn’t too keen on the bumpy country roads! Both … Continue reading Weymouth & Dorchester
Hidden in the Northamptonshire country side Pitsford Reservoir is a fantastic place for walking, fishing, sailing and birdwatching. Stretched over seven miles the reservoir is suitable for all ages and all abilities and is perfect whether you are looking for a leisurely walk, family picnic or day out. I recently visited with a friend and took my camera along … Continue reading Pitsford Reservoir
Yesterday we went to Birmingham to feed the penguins at the sealife centre! After cooking some bacon sandwiches and purchasing a costa coffee we made our way to Birmingham and our first challenge of the day happened in the car park! While I was waiting for the people ahead to pay for their carpark ticket … Continue reading VIP Penguin Experience Birmingham
The Natural History Museum is a playground for both adults and children so I was excited when me and George planned a trip to London! There are four main zones to visit which I have listed below and I think my favourite was seeing the dinosaurs, fossils and rocks/stones. It’s not until you stand next to one of … Continue reading Natural History Museum