Last weekend we spent three days at Wychwood festival which is a family friendly event at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire, our home county!
You may remember me mentioning it in my 2019 travel plans blog post as we actually bought early bird tickets last year, so we had this event planned for a long time.
In this blog post I will share my honest thoughts and Wychwood festival review. Continue reading “Cheltenham Wychwood Festival review 2019”
California is one of the most popular states in the USA, as well as the world. It’s not uncommon to see people wearing Californian merchandise in foreign countries such as t-shirts that mention major cities in California such as Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco! According to the LA Times, Los Angeles alone saw a record number of 50 million tourists in 2018!
California is somewhere I have spent seven weeks in total across two trips. This was before meeting my husband and having a family, so I’d like to return as a family one day to experience all it has to offer once more. There is also so much to see and do that I’ve barely even scratched the surface. Ben has never been to America, so we definitely have to go one day and tick it off our family bucket list.
The landscapes are quite incredible in Cali and that is what attracts a lot of people to this southern state. It can also be a great place to visit if you are looking to improve your health. If you’re wondering why you should add California to your own bucket list, here are a few reasons: Continue reading “The life-changing power of a trip to California”
I’ve really enjoyed visiting our local and nearby bluebell filled woods and forests recently. I’ve been to Buckholt Woods in Cranham, Coopers Hill Nature Reserve and May Hill in the Forest of Dean. The Gloucestershire woodlands are so pretty at this time of year covered in a sea of purple. In this blog post I’ll share some photos and my experience so far of May Hill. Continue reading “Exploring May Hill with kids in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire”
I am very lucky to live somewhere surrounded by countryside. In fact, I live in a city but it doesn’t feel like it. I’m right on the outskirts and on the border of Gloucester, Stroud and Cheltenham with miles of countryside starting just a few minutes from our home on foot. I’m going to share with you some of this countryside in this blog post from my recent walk from Coopers Hill Nature Reserve to Great Witcombe Roman Villa. Continue reading “A woodland walk from Coopers Hill Nature Reserve to Great Witcombe Roman Villa”