According to a recent study, 40% of millennials choose their travel destinations based on how ‘Instagrammable’ they are. It was ranked the most important factor when it comes to travel for those under 33 years of age.
With this in mind, Liverpool ONE has launched a #VIPliverpool campaign, that’s ‘Very Instagrammable Places’ in Liverpool. They absolutely love the city and have provided information on the most Instagram-worthy places in the city.
In this blog post I am going to explore some of the best reasons to visit Liverpool and where you can find the most Instagram worthy photo locations. Continue reading “Reasons to visit Liverpool”
Day six was a BIG driving day. It would only be just over six hours to drive from Soltau in Germany to Wingene in Belgium which is where our Airbnb was, but Ben fancied a scenic route along the bridges, water and coast in the Netherlands. Our journey from Germany to Belgium took ELEVEN hours in total! Continue reading “Europe family road trip day 6 – 11 hour Netherlands coastal scenic drive from Germany to Belgium”
In the recent Easter holidays we ticked something off my 2019 travel bucket list which was to visit Snowdonia National Park. We stayed in Machynlleth which is in the Dyfi Valley at the southern tip of the park. In this blog post I will share what we did for three days with kids in Snowdonia, Wales.
You may remember me saying in this recent blog post that I was hoping to book a last minute sunny holiday abroad for a week in the Easter holidays. I had hoped so, but Ben’s work is making potentially 20% of staff redundant in May and regardless of this he wants to go self-employed making handmade rustic furniture and as a handyman in Gloucester so we decided it would be better to not spend so much money on a holiday right now and to have a shorter UK break.
We booked a three night stay at a self-catering apartment which I do not want to mention or give any credit to as it was awful. I wouldn’t return to the accommodation, but I definitely would return to Snowdonia as it’s absolutely beautiful. We barely scratched the surface in three days, but we were so impressed with the places we did visit and see.
Unfortunately we didn’t get to see the biggest mountain which is Snowdon, but of course that means we just have to return to explore more another time!
Here’s what we got up to for three days with a four year old and a six year old in tow… Continue reading “Snowdonia National Park with kids – 3 day travel diary & photos – Cadair Idris, Aberdovey, Harlech Castle”
For Mother’s Day on Sunday we went on a short family trip to Weston-super-Mare. Weston is the closest beach to our home in Gloucestershire, around a one hour drive.
As a child we used to always call it Weston-super-Mud! It’s not the prettiest of beaches and the tide always seems to be out for miles resulting in sludgy sand and the water colour when it is in is very murky brown – hence jokingly calling it mud!
If you love the typical British tourist beach, however, then Weston beach has everything you need. We spent just a few short hours there on Sunday and managed to squeeze in a few standard touristy things even though we were freezing. Continue reading “A few hours in Weston-super-Mare”
Ben and I never went on a honeymoon. Boo-hoo I hear you cry! We didn’t do the traditional wedding thing at all really. I always dreaded the thought of walking down an aisle having everyone stare at me and having to say vows in front of a huge audience, so instead we did our own much more relaxed style wedding. We had a Wedfest in our own garden! Continue reading “My top 10 honeymoon destinations”
Hello and welcome to my brand spanking new travel blog called Travel Vixta. In this blog post I’m going to share with you why I have set up this travel blog as well as our travel history both before kids, individually, as children ourselves and now as a family! Continue reading “Welcome to the Travel Vixta blog”