5 Ways To Ease Sea Sickness

I knew my eldest’s first trip on a ferry would have him reaching for the sick bag, the poor kid was sick throughout the whole 4 hours of that journey. I gave him enough sympathy to join in and do…

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Malaga Airport Special Needs Assistance

We have got so used to flying with English speaking airports from Ireland to the UK and back again recently that I was slightly nervous at the prospect of booking special assistance in another country. But language wasn’t a barrier when…

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The Statue Of Liberty

Just seeing the Statue of Liberty with my own eyes was a highlight of our New York trip, but an even bigger highlight was sailing across to Liberty Island to explore the Statue of Liberty closer up. We had the…

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The Brighton Getaway

Brighton for a long time has been one of my favourite places; I fell in love with it long before I had even stepped foot there. It was the backdrop for the channel 4 teen drama Sugar Rush which I…

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Brooklyn Bridge in New York

Who doesn’t go to New York and not want to walk over the famous Brooklyn Bridge? For us, it was up there at the top of our ‘must do in New York‘ list! Here are some Wikipedia facts for you…

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Pop Tarts Pop-up Cafe in New York

We picked the right time to visit New York back in 2017 as during our time there Pop Tarts hosted a pop-up cafe in Times Square. I know, right! What a time to be alive! There was just too much…

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How To Take Care Of The UK’s Wild Birds

One of our favourite activities that we like to do as a family during the colder months is to look after the wildlife that already comes or could potentially come into our garden. There’s so much we can do to…

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Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, New York

Who doesn’t love a good flea market? They are one of the most fascinating places you could visit. You just never know what treasures you’re going to come across. At 408-424 W 39th St, New York you’ll find Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.…

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Let’s Go Fly A Kite

If we had a family bucket list for 2019, it would contain the words ‘fly a kite’ something which was yet to do as a family until this weekend. Me and the Man have been haunted by our last attempt to…

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The External Memories

It’s been a long time since I cried so much before bed that I woke up looking like I’ve been out boxing all night, but that’s exactly what I discovered when I looked in the bathroom mirror this morning. Looking back…

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Gap of Dunloe, Killarney

The Gap of Dunloe. The Gap of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass forged between the MacGillycuddy Reeks and Purple Mountain by glacial flows. The river running through the gap is the river Loe from where the Gap gets its name. The man has been itching to…

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