6 ways we saved thousands on our family holidays (and how you can too)

*This post may contain affiliate links.  Back when I published our travel plans, one of the questions I was asked was ‘How can you afford so many holidays?’ Make no mistakes, 2017 was a BIG year for travel, for our family at least. We had a 10 day stay in Belgium, a short break to Hampshire, a two week summer…

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Review: The Postal Museum

If you’ve travelled by tube in London recently, its been hard to miss the adverts for Mail Rail – the ones with the strap line ‘Abandoned. Lost. Forgotten.’ (Sounds like this blog. Sorry about that. That’s a rather long story I’ll save for another time!) Mail Rail is the Post Office’s own underground railway, and part of the newly opened…

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Climbing St Rumbold's Tower, Mechelen with young kids

My best family experiences are those where I’ve learnt something new about ourselves. Our recent trip to Mechelen in Belgium gave us one such experience – in the unexpected shape of a very high tower! St Rumbold’s tower, part of the Cathedral of the same name, is one of the highest church towers in Belgium. It was impossible to miss on our…

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Review: Robot Zoo at the Horniman Museum

There are very few things in life for which I will commit to being somewhere with two under fives at 9am in the morning. Especially when this somewhere is literally the other side of London – and up a steep hill! But a press invite to ‘Robot Zoo’ exhibition at the Horniman was one of these few things, especially as we’ve really enjoyed our visits…

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Museum Mum Diaries: January-March 2017

Spring has most definitely sprung in London – with beautiful blue skies and tree blossoms already coating the pavements. As the year races by, I thought I would pause to reflect on how I’m doing on the Take 12 Trips challenge I’ve set myself, and some of the other highlights of the last three months. January My partner and I kicked…

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