• Day trip ideas for your elderly parent 

    As individuals get older, many will think they’ve been everywhere in the UK; but let’s be honest, it is very unlikely that they have. Typically, the elderly tend to want to visit somewhere interesting, where they can develop their knowledge on a particular subject and then pass their knowledge onto the grandchildren. It’s all about appearing wise with older age, right? Below is a list of interesting days out and things to do, which you might want to visit yourself, or suggest to your elderly loved one. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire Stately homes are always a good hit with the oldies. The large grounds contain a maze, sculptures, impressive ancient woodland…

  • Romania Through The Lens – Kosei Miya

    You know how proud I am with my country don’t you? As much as I can I always want to present to you,my readers, like it is with the goods and the bads. On the other hand I love taking pictures with the places I am visiting in Romania but I am not a professional photographer so as much as I try I am not as fantastic as some of the photographers I want to tell you about here on my blog. First comes a foreigner – a person that fell in love with Romania. Kosei Miya was born in 1937 in Tokyo. He stutied literature, art and history and ethnology, economics…

  • Siblings in Disneyland #March

    Our March Siblings post comes late this time around as we were away celebrating Kara’s birthday in Disneyland Paris! Oh yes! You read that right! And the girls loved their time there!   We were not at all surprised to see how much they did love it actually and my youngest reactions when seeing the characters it was just priceless. Something that their dad and I will never forget. And hopefully our girls will look at the pictures with pleasure when they grow up. They certainly have quite a few! Kara recognised that the best part about every single day was meeting the characters and the princesses…she didn’t care much…

  • 6 Easter UK Breaks on Budget

    Easter is a great time to get away for a week or so. With the weather finally warming up (fingers crossed!) and the wonderful bank holidays to enjoy as well as the kids being off school, it is the perfect time to go out and see a bit more of the UK. Britain has some wonderful destinations which don’t require you to part with a small fortune in order to enjoy them. Here are some picks of the best places to visit this Easter. Culture in Liverpool Liverpool has been enjoying a renaissance of late. Since it’s Capital of Culture success in 2008, the city on Merseyside has gone from…

  • Malaga’s Best Adventure Parks

    Have you booked a holiday to Malaga this year with your family? You wouldn’t be alone, as this is one of the most popular destinations on the Costa Del Sol for family getaways. Combining sun, sea, urban buzz and plenty of fun activities, a holiday to Malaga has something for everyone. Kids, and parents, will be delighted to hear that the area is home to some of Spain’s best adventure parks, all within driving distance of the city centre: Tivoli World Malaga This bright amusement park located in Benalmadena can be easily reached by train, car or even bus from Malaga and is well worth the visit. This is probably a full day out for…

  • Popeye Village with Kids

    Family holidays in Malta are all about sun, sand, sea and taking it real easy. But when the kids get restless (shortly after breakfast time is not uncommon) it falls upon the selfless parent to look for fun activities to keep them amused. If you are looking for a super day out that will make the kids say “Oh buoy!” then Popeye Village is the place for you. Situated in beautiful Anchor Bay, near the popular resort town of Mellieha, this former film set turned theme park is bound to keep everybody happy. But you’d better pack a decent supply of spinach as you’ll be in for a busy day. As you…

  • Your Guide to the Best Traditional Austrian Cuisine on Your Ski Holiday

    Snow sports require a lot of physical strength. Taking a balanced diet and drinking plenty of fluids are essential on a ski holiday, along with the occasional treat of course. Austria is an extremely popular ski destination and has plenty of delicious and nutritious food to offer its guests! We all know that it is important to get off to a great start with a healthy breakfast. Most ski chalets in Austria serve healthy continental breakfasts to help boost your energy before hitting the ski slopes. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water to keep you hydrated! Take a light lunch if you plan to ski in the afternoon; if you…