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”
I was so looking forward to this event and being able to share numerous photos of colourful hot air balloons, but sadly this will not be the case in today’s blog post. We attended the Bristol Balloon Fiesta yesterday for three hours in the afternoon and I will share my honest review of what we experienced in this blog post. Continue reading “Bristol Balloon Fiesta: free things to do with kids”
Yesterday was my birthday and we decided to go to an attraction that is a ten minute drive from our home, yet Ben and I had never been there despite living in Gloucestershire almost our whole lives!
In this blog post I am going to share my review of Painswick Rococo Garden. If you’re looking for things to do in Gloucestershire with kids then read on!
Continue reading “Painswick Rococo Garden review and photos: things to do with kids in Gloucestershire”
Travelling by train can be an exciting and fun way to travel. When travelling with kids it’s really quite an adventure! However, the ticketing system in Britain isn’t always fair and you could end up paying far more than you need to. In this blog post I will share some of the ways you can get very cheap train tickets. Continue reading “How to get the cheapest train tickets”
Wow wow wow! Get ready as in this blog post I will share my Circus Funtasia review with you.
If you follow me on Instagram then you’ll have just seen my collection of videos from today’s incredible Circus Funtasia performers and you’ll be excited to find out more about this circus in this blog review.
We were kindly offered a Circus Funtasia family ticket and we couldn’t have planned it better with the date we were able to attend being Father’s Day. Ben was originally meant to work, but it was predicted to be a rainy weekend so he had to cancel the outdoor job he had planned.
It all worked out perfectly and we were able to spend Father’s Day together as a family with an exciting trip to the circus.
Get ready for my honest opinion of Circus Funtasia 2019 and a stack of photos! Continue reading “Circus Funtasia Review”
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”
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”