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Amsterdam – A Family Friendly Trip

So, you think you’ve heard all there is to know about Amsterdam? All the sex, drugs and rock’n’roll? Not to mention what David’s cousin’s friend’s sister got up to ‘that time in Amsterdam’ (ooooooh shock horror. But it is probably true…with…
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3 Ways to Ease the Holiday Blues

Do you ever find yourself dreading the holiday blues before you’re even home? I made myself chuckle today. Although we’re going away in less than a week to peruse a couple of the less frequented European Christmas markets, I have…
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My Top 5 Reasons to Travel – DO IT NOW!

If you need some persuasion, here are a few reasons to travel. Travelling doesn’t only put a stamp on your passport but also on your heart (urgh that has to be the cheesiest thing I’ve ever said. But who cares? It’s…
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Seasalter, Whitstable and Friendship (and Many Pictures!)

At the weekend I stayed at a friend’s chalet in Seasalter, between Whitstable and Faversham on the Kent coast. It is one of my favourite places to relax and collect my thoughts. It sits immediately on the beach leaving nothing around…
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On a Budget and Need Sunshine and Relaxation? Salgados, Portugal is Your Answer!

Broke but desperately need a holiday without the tackiness of a typical cheap ‘Brits abroad’ package break? Do you just need the four S’s – sun,  sea, sand and se… ahermmm, sleep for under £180? Salgados in the Algarve, Portugal is…
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There is More to Kinderdijk than Just Windmills!

15km east of Rotterdam is Kinderdijk (children’s dike), world-famous for its nineteen iconic windmills. In 1997 the site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list, an obligation being all mills must be kept in their original state and with…
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Travel the World and the Seven Seas

Travel the world…that’s my dream. It’s really quite simple! Thanks for dropping by to my second ever post (this really should have been my first but let’s not insult Amsterdam!) I know I already have an ‘About’ section, but it…
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