If you want to take the family on a luxury holiday, the Caribbean is one of the best places to go. There are so many beautiful islands with sandy beaches to relax on and crystal clear waters to swim in. The weather is amazing and the slow, relaxed pace of life is perfect if you need a break from your hectic family schedule. But you have to be careful when you are planning a trip to the Caribbean because a lot of people get caught out by the package deals. You can get a lot of cheap package deals, but if you go for one of those, you won’t get the experience that you are hoping for and you may be very disappointed. It’s much better to plan your own trip, which isn’t too difficult as long as you keep these simple tips in mind. Read more
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Vietnam is a magical country and with the government now positively encouraging tourism, millions of people are coming to Vietnam every year to explore all it has to offer. Before we go any further, it is important to highlight that Vietnam has three predominant regions that are popular with tourists, northern Vietnam, central Vietnam and southern Vietnam. This article will predominantly focus on northern Vietnam with the emphasis on the jewel in the crown of Vietnam tourism, Halong Bay. Read more
One of Jacob’s subjects he is passionate about right now is the world and countries; he owns a number of atlases which he studies every night before going to sleep. We will often be having a conversation and he’ll randomly tell me a fact about the world that I had no idea of.
We generally have staycations but J is always telling me of the places he would love to visit. Recently during his pirate project for school we discussed where he would travel to if he were a pirate He decided on the other side of the world! Koh Samui is one of those places practically on the other side of the world, and a place I would love to visit. Read more
If you’re anything like me then you may find it really difficult to keep the kids entertained during school holidays. Especially with activities or places to visit that don’t cost a lot of money. Luckily for us Bransby Horses Rescue and Welfare centre is just a few miles down the road from us in the Lincolnshire countryside.
Bransby Horses is dedicated to improving the lives of horses, donkeys and mules. With your support, we are working harder than ever to continue making positive differences to equines whenever we can. Founded in 1968 by Mr Peter Hunt, Bransby Horses is now one of the UK’s largest equine welfare charities, currently caring for more than 400 animals.