3 days in Siem Reap with children

3 days in Siem Reap with children

Back in my 20s, I had spent three months in South East Asia and I had fully intended to visit Cambodia. However, my diving obsession took over, and I spent a little too long in Sumatra submerged to get to Cambodia. 17 years on, I managed to rectify this by getting to...
Cultured Kids #51

Cultured Kids #51

Well, hello there, Culture lovers! October has zoomed by, but it has not been void of culture. I took a last-minute weekend to sunny Seville and enjoyed Flamenco dancing, stunning architecture and maybe a glass or two of the alcoholic variety … A truly beautiful...
Spending Christmas in North Norfolk

Spending Christmas in North Norfolk

This post is written in collaboration We are lucky enough to have a cottage in Brancaster, on the North Norfolk coast, and we spend every Christmas here. For those who don’t know the area, it’s just stunning and winter breaks mean blowing the cobwebs out...
5 train journeys from London

5 train journeys from London

With the Extinction Rebellion staging several protests within our city, Greta Thunberg hitting the headlines for all the right reasons and even our children participating in protest marches, it is hard to ignore climate change, and most importantly the change within...
10 reasons to take your teens to Camp Bestival

10 reasons to take your teens to Camp Bestival

We are now quite seasoned in the world of festivals, having gone to Wychwood for three years in a row and Feastival last year. This year we were invited to much praised, Camp Bestival. In my mind, this festival had grown in popularity because of parents with young...
A morning alone in Covent Garden

A morning alone in Covent Garden

As much as I have enjoyed my children’s company over the summer holidays, the moment September rears its head, I can’t deny Im not looking forward to a few child-free hours! This year to celebrate my regained freedom, I decided to head to an area of London...