Learning to Paddle Board with Land and Wave

Land and Wave

Stand-up paddle boarding is the world’s fastest growing water sport and after trying it last year, we now own our own. It is not quite as easy as it looks, however! You take a big board onto the water, stand up on it, and then use a single paddle to propel yourself along. Then you have to practice turning, how to deal with waves and currents and how to get back on the board if you lose your balance and… Continue Reading “Learning to Paddle Board with Land and Wave”

The Kids Highlights of Camp Bestival 2019

Camp-Bestival-2019

We are now seasoned veterans of Camp Bestival, with this year being our 6th annual visit and I have to say this year’s event was Camp Bestival back to its very best!! We decided to do things differently this year and booked ourselves into Camping Plus which allows you to book your camping plot before you arrive. The clever booking system is set up a bit like Theatre seats, so you can book pitches next to friends if you choose… Continue Reading “The Kids Highlights of Camp Bestival 2019”

Our favourite places to visit on the Jurassic Coast

Durdle Door

We are very spoilt living in our home county of Dorset, as not only do we have the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Jurassic Coast on our doorstep, but much of the county is classed as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Jurassic Coast itself is 96 miles of stunning coastline from Old Harry Rocks in Dorset to Orcombe Point in East Devon where the rocks record 185 million years of the Earth’s history. Best walks along the Jurassic Coast We… Continue Reading “Our favourite places to visit on the Jurassic Coast”