Oh, we all like to be beside the seaside!
For families living in England, is there anything better than escaping to a beach destination in the summer?
Days spent building sandcastles, paddling, and surfing the waves are followed by evenings eating chippy chips and cosying up with a favourite film. Ice cream is a daily must, and the whole family can soak up the sunshine and soothing sound of the sea.
With the sunny weather finally picking up, there is still time to plan a last-minute family summer holiday to one of these top four England beach destinations: use this guide to find the best spot for you and your little ones!
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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!
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I recently took my eight-year-old son for a weekend in Bristol. I was hoping to visit We The Curious as we hadn’t been since he was tiny, like two years old, but unfortunately, it was still closed. The last time I tried to visit it was also closed due to a rare solar panel fire, so I took my daughter who I was with at that time to Bristol Botanical Gardens instead, but where to take my son instead that he’d enjoy?
A quick internet search and I discovered Wake The Tiger, an “amazement park”! It looked intriguing and a visual feast for the eyes, so I booked it and hoped he would enjoy it.
In this blog post, I’ll share my Wake The Tiger review and explain exactly what this curious named experience is.
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2024 is fast approaching, and planning your vacation early can give you something to look forward to. You will also get enough time to set a budget and make sure nothing goes wrong. With lots of places to visit and many things to do, it can be hard to come up with a short list of the best travel ideas for 2024. Nonetheless, we have tried to pick out favourites, and you can read about them below.
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Looking for some destinations to add to your bucket list? Few things compete with travelling around the world and taking in the sights.
Our planet offers us so many natural and man-made wonders, so it makes sense to experience as many as you can, while you can.
Below we explore some of the most famous destinations that you’ll undoubtedly want to add to your checklist.
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Whether you are travelling with young children or teenagers, there is much to be said about choosing a city break for your family holiday. The many attractions, often designed specifically for children, provide endless entertainment, and there are still plenty of chances for rest and relaxation. If you are tempted to depart from traditional package holidays and simple resort stays, consider one of these three European cities for your next family getaway.
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Are you in need of a weekend getaway that involves beach, sea, and boat parties? Look no further than the south of Spain and Portugal! These two destinations offer endless options for a fun-filled break with your friends. Here are some of the best locations to visit, fun activity ideas and options for an unforgettable trip.
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Being self-employed and working online is great, it means I can work from almost anywhere at any time. However, running a self-employed business is not without its challenges and one of these is there never being any time off. Sure, I can actually decide to take a week off, but I’ll lose a week’s pay and the chance to apply for any freelance work that pops up that week, so really I could lose even more than one week’s pay. This means that whenever we are travelling, on holiday or on the road, I also need to work.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, even more people are finding they are able to work remotely. Employers are allowing staff to work from home, which is giving more people the chance to work from wherever they choose. Perhaps you are not self-employed like me, but you can work from home and have realised you can also work on the road whilst exploring new places. But how can you work remotely effectively whilst travelling or on a road trip?
Read on for some top tips for how to work remotely effectively.
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