I feel honoured to write this post having visited a place which a year ago, I really did not know much about and even now have only scratched the surface of the wonderful destination renowned by Marco Polo as “the Golden Land”. Myanmar, formerly and perhaps more commonly known as Burma. Continue reading
I have spent some time travelling for business over the past few weeks and have been lucky enough to experience lots of new cultural traditions and foods which led to conversations about British traditions, foods and places. Continue reading
there are many ways to spend the perfect English day and for those wanting a truly British experience, head to Cambridge for a day or more to visit the historic University in this wonderfully picturesque city.
It’s a little late perhaps to write a blog post about skiing at the beginning of May but some things are better late than never and well, seeing as though this was probably my favourite holiday ever, I can’t not. It just has to be done. Besides The beautiful town of Chamonix that we visited never really stops and is a fantastic destination what ever the season. Continue reading
February half term can be unpredictable in terms of weather so it’s a good idea to have a variety of activities on hand in order to make the most of this (too) short break from school. Trampoline parks seem to be springing (ahem) up all over the UK thanks to their success in the US, so we headed to Bounce in Milton Keynes to see what the fuss is all about. Continue reading
I took me a while to put my finger on Cannes. Even with its promise of glitz and glamour each May with the arrival of Hollywood’s most famous for the iconic Cannes Film Festival, it felt very different to the glamour of Monte Carlo or St Tropez. Continue reading
There is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing
Sunday’s during January is when we grab a thermos of homemade soup, wrap up warm and head off on a family hike! December can be so full of over indulgence that I love how the pressure is off in January and how, whether there is snow, rain or bright crisp days, there is endless opportunity for free of charge family time to be enjoyed. Continue reading