Green holidays are not a new concept, however now more than ever before the ecotourism is booming as the world population is becoming more and more aware of their own environmental impact. Continue reading “Top Locations for a Green Holiday in Europe”
This weekend we were lucky enough to be invited along to the COCOAS Awards that were held at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The event was created by Cornish & Devonshire Cottage Holidays to celebrate the achievements of their cottage owners. Continue reading “The COCOAS Awards 2017”
You’ve packed your bags, arranged your transport and left early to get to the airport in plenty of time for your flight only to discover when you get there that the flight has been delayed. Annoying right? Did you know that you can claim compensation for that? Continue reading “How to Claim Compensation for Delayed Flights”
Are you looking to spend some much needed ‘us’ time away with your loved one, but are tired of the clichés? No Paris city of love, no sitting in a gondola in Venice, no slow walks in Prague – you want something different. Here are a few suggestions for that special bonding time together that every couple needs once in awhile. Continue reading “A Life Less Ordinary – Original Ideas for a Romantic Break from the Norm”
Since we’ve put the house on the market with the intention of moving to Cornwall I suddenly panicked that we hadn’t seen enough of Devon yet. It’s such a large county and after nearly 6 years of living here I don’t feel that I have seen half of the places I’d like to. Continue reading “Fernworthy Reservoir on Dartmoor Devon”
The kids will love a trip to Tenerife. With its lovely climate, otherworldly landscape and wealth of family-orientated fun jetting off to the Canary Islands is sure to create a lifetime of happy memories. Continue reading “The six best child-friendly activities in Tenerife”
The port city of Malaga, situated on the southern coast of Spain, is often overlooked as a holiday destination — travellers opting instead for the iconic neighbouring Andalusian cities of Granada and Seville. Malaga has been rebuilt in recent years. Visitors will now find an area with much to offer, particularly when it comes to family attractions. Continue reading “Ideas for a Trip to Family Friendly Malaga”
If you follow me on Instagram then you will already know that the other half was away in France last week on a Battle of the Somme bike tour for the 100th year anniversary. Continue reading “World War I Centenary Book & Battle of the Somme Tour”
In January I went to Budapest along with my Mother and Sister. We got a fantastic deal on Groupon which covered our flights and hotel all for less than £150. Good old Groupon!
I had never been to Budapest before so I was really keen to see as much of the city as I could in 2 days. Before we went I made a list of all of the things I wanted to see and do and then worked out the best way to fit it all in. Yes I’m that sad! Continue reading “48 Hours in Budapest”
One of the great things about moving to a new area is that you have lots of new places to discover. It also means that you don’t have to travel far for your next holiday. This weekend we went on a mini-break and we were only 27 miles from home but quite frankly we could of been anywhere in the country.
We had sun, sea and spectacular views! What more could you want? Continue reading “Ladram Bay Holiday Park Review”