Whilst travelling by plane is quite often the quickest way to travel, especially when travelling internationally, it can be somewhat of an uncomfortable experience. Within this post, I’d like to outline some of the best ways to stay warm and make your journey much more comfortable. I’ve never been a fan of travelling by plane but when you’re heading overseas, especially to America or further there really isn’t another feasible option. Therefore I like to be prepared.Continue reading “How to stay warm on a plane”
Malaga: the perfect tourist destination for the family throughout the year
Are you looking for a perfect family getaway that offers something to everyone? Then look no further than Malaga! Why is Malaga a good family holiday destination? Located in the south of Spain, this beautiful city has it all: stunning beaches, breathtaking mountain views and plenty of cultural sites.
Whether you’re seeking an adventure-filled summer holiday or just want to relax and take in the sights during winter time, Malaga is the ideal destination for your next family trip! From Malaga car hire services to delicious local dishes, we’ll discuss why this amazing city should be at the top of your list when it comes to planning a vacation.
We’ll also provide some tips on how to make your stay even more enjoyable! So read on and start planning today – Malaga awaits!Continue reading “Malaga: the perfect tourist destination for the family throughout the year”
St Ives to Land’s End Coaster photos, review + helpful traveller info
In summer we rode St Ives to Lands End on an open-top bus known as the Land’s End Coaster!
It’s a really fun and affordable way to see the beautiful Cornish landscape if you’re on holiday in Cornwall, or even if you live here.
It’s also an adventure if you have kids and a great idea for a low-cost activity in the summer holidays.
So what makes this bus journey so special and out of the ordinary?
Read on as I share some photos in our Land’s End Coaster review, our honest thoughts and some useful traveller information. Enjoy!Continue reading “St Ives to Land’s End Coaster photos, review + helpful traveller info”
Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow: Is it good for kids?
If you’re planning a trip to Cornwall with your family and are looking for a fun and active outing, the Camel Trail is an excellent choice. In this post, we’ll focus on cycling the Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow with kids, and share some tips and recommendations to make the most of your journey.
In 2022, we cycled The Camel Trail from Wadebridge to Padstow, or vice versa, three times with the kids. In winter, spring and summer, we experienced the famous Camel Trail across three different seasons.
It’s an ideal part of the trail to cycle with kids as there are no roads to cross and a flat concrete path. It’s around 5.5 miles each way, so an 11-mile round trip.
For reference, our kids were 6 and 9 at the start of the year and, then 7 and 10 years old at the end of the year. The distance is about enough for them currently, with a stop for snacks or a picnic along the way!
Below we’ll share some photos and helpful advice if you’re thinking of cycling The Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow with your kids too.Continue reading “Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow: Is it good for kids?”
Visiting National Trust’s Trerice Manor in Newquay, Cornwall, with kids
In the summer we visited Trerice Manor which is in Newquay, Cornwall. It’s managed by National Trust of which we are members, so we had free entry with our passes. We took our children, aged 7 and 10 years old at the time. Read on as I explain more about what to expect at Trerice Manor in Newquay and whether it’s a suitable day out if you’re looking for things to do in Newquay Cornwall that aren’t a day at the beach!Continue reading “Visiting National Trust’s Trerice Manor in Newquay, Cornwall, with kids”
Homes of the rich and famous UK (that you can visit)
The UK is a popular tourist destination for people all over the world, who come to visit the many attractions and landmarks that the country has to offer. The UK also has a lot of royalty, celebrities and notable people, and their homes are often tourist attractions! It is possible to visit some of the homes of the rich and famous, both past and present, while visiting many areas of the UK. Below we’ll explore some of the best homes you can explore with famous connections in London, Lancashire, Kent and Oxfordshire.Continue reading “Homes of the rich and famous UK (that you can visit)”
What to feed your one-year-old while travelling
Travelling with a one-year-old can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be. You need to prepare for their needs and make sure that you are prepared for any situation, especially when it comes to travel food for a 1 year old baby.Continue reading “What to feed your one-year-old while travelling”
What to wear on a long haul flight
If you are travelling internationally or have a long-haul flight booked then you might be wondering what to wear. For a long flight then you probably won’t care so much about having the most fashionable airport outfit, but rather being comfortable for the duration. Sitting in an airport seat for hours and hours at a time won’t be enjoyable if you have restrictive clothing. So buckle up and read on to see what to wear on a long-haul flight to ensure you are as comfortable as possible in the sky.Continue reading “What to wear on a long haul flight”
Creative ways to use your travel photos
One of the best ways to recall travel memories and experiences is to look through our old travel photos. Not only is this a fun thing to do, but it’s a great opportunity to find our faves and proudly display them. But how and where should we display them?
If you’ve a bunch of travel photos that you love and that deserve more than sitting on your smartphone gallery or hidden in a folder on your laptop, then it’s time to get creative with your travel photos and proudly show them off!
Not sure where to begin?
Here are a bunch of ideas to get you started. Read on for loads of creative ways to use and display your travel photos.Continue reading “Creative ways to use your travel photos”
10 amazing benefits of internships abroad
An international internship is the best way to explore new cultures, make lifelong friends, and have a work-life balance you never knew existed. Read on as we share all the benefits of internships abroad and why you should seriously consider leaving your local area as an intern.Continue reading “10 amazing benefits of internships abroad”
14+ vegan-friendly restaurants and plant-based cafes in Newquay, Cornwall
When you visit a new place, especially as a vegan, it can be hard to know where to find vegan-friendly and plant-based food options. Having moved to Newquay in Cornwall in 2021, one of Cornwall’s most popular summer tourist destinations, we have been checking out some of the local vegan-friendly offerings. We have much more to explore but have found a lot of choices so far.
So if you’re in Newquay and looking to grab a bite to eat that’s plant-based then read on. Here are the places we’ve tried so far and keep an eye on my blog as I’m sure we’ll be sampling many more soon!Continue reading “14+ vegan-friendly restaurants and plant-based cafes in Newquay, Cornwall”