Fishy Fun at the National Marine Aquarium

National Marine Aquarium

On our recent visit to the Seaview Holiday Village near Looe, we decided upon a visit to the city of Plymouth which is less than half an hour away. We first visited Plymouth for a friend’s wedding 9 years ago and fell in love with the city and in particular the National Marine Aquarium. Isaac was 2 on our last visit so didn’t remember anything about it so we were keen to go back and see what had changed. Set… Continue Reading “Fishy Fun at the National Marine Aquarium”

Crealy Adventure Park Devon


At the end of July we went on a Glamping break at Crealy Meadows and the kids couldn’t wait to explore Crealy Adventure Park. Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park is an award-winning family attraction located near Exeter. The Park has over 60 rides and attractions set in over 100 acres of Devon countryside, including Animal Land which houses around 100 animals including Meerkats, Alpaca’s, ponies and sheep. The park is mainly aimed at young children although it does have a couple of… Continue Reading “Crealy Adventure Park Devon”

A Holiday Fail!


I pride myself on being organised for day trips and holidays. Cases packed and loaded into the car – CHECK Technology charged and ready to keep kids entertained – CHECK First Aid Kit – CHECK Emergency Car Kit in-car – CHECK Water / Tyre / Oil checked – CHECK Yesterday we were heading to Cornwall for a short break with The Olde House and set off just after lunch in my trusty Citroen C4 Grand Picasso. Living in Dorset I was… Continue Reading “A Holiday Fail!”

Blog Camp at River Cottage

When Tots100 announced they were running a Blog Camp close to home at River Cottage I knew I had to apply to go, but not being a “Foodie” blogger I didn’t think there was much chance of being picked. You can imagine how excited I was when that email to say I was on the list came in and I hurriedly marked it on the calendar to make sure hubby got the day off work. On the morning of the… Continue Reading “Blog Camp at River Cottage”

Can you dig it?


A few weeks ago I saw a shoutout on twitter asking if any families wanted to review Diggerland and knowing we were visiting Devon shortly I applied for a family ticket. We looked at the weather forecast over the weekend we visited and as it is an outdoor attraction we decided to visit on the best day weather wise – the Sunday. As we were staying in Torquay and Diggerland was on the way home to Dorset we packed up… Continue Reading “Can you dig it?”