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Sorry. Not the best title, is it? But I thought it was time I did a round up of some interesting travel-related things I’ve been sent lately by various PRs so here it is. Dorling Kindersley (or DK as I … Continue reading
I’m still feeling disproportionately sorry for myself for having my arm in a sling and missing what probably would have been a brilliant trip to Russia, so I’ve been dreaming about how nice it would be to get away – … Continue reading
Like everybody else, I’ve been horrified by the terrible images of the Costa Concordia listing and saddened that not everybody made it out alive. I have actually been on Costa Concordia – I wrote about its spa for The Telegraph … Continue reading
I’ve been writing a lot about skiing lately, which I can’t even DO at the moment, so I thought I’d include a nice summery post about a trip we took with a donkey for easyJet magazine a few years ago. … Continue reading
I don’t usually do press-releasey type posts but I thought this one was about such a good idea which more holiday companies should follow I wanted to share it.
Happy New Year! Hopefully you are having a better start to the year than me – my left arm is all strapped up as I have a broken shoulder. I fell while skiing in Les Coches just before Christmas, nearly … Continue reading
It might seem an obvious thing to say, but when you’re planning a family holiday, it’s really important to get the accommodation right. So while the idea of booking a hotel, with your cooking, cleaning and shopping all done for … Continue reading
Have you ever been on a cruise with your family? I haven’t, but I quite fancy giving it a try. While cruises can have their downsides such as lack of independence (although that seems to be changing these days), the … Continue reading
Very excited that BMI Baby have included me in their top ten family blogs today. Hooray!