Little Trekkers Ambassadors

We must have the best customers in the World. They have been telling us for years about all the great things they get out and do with their families and we thought it was about time the World knew about it. This is not a ‘Places to go with the kids’ resource in a traditional sense. There’s lots of good websites out there already that can tell you the opening times and entry costs into the many hundreds of attractions that there are across the country.

This is about real experiences, in real places, by real families who get out there in this magnificent country of ours and do stuff. Great stuff! Stuff that you will look back on and remember for the rest of your life. Places that you may never have thought to go, things that you may never have thought to do. Told by those who have been there and done it, and want to pass it on to inspire other families to do the same. These are our Little Trekkers Ambassadors. They lead the way ….

The Girls Just Love Horses

The Girls Just Love Horses

The girls just love horses, so last weekend we took them up to the Teja Norte, a private park at the North tip of the Isla Teja, the island we live on in Valdivia. We drove up to the stables, then all trundled out to look for the horses, but there were none to be seen.

Little Helper Growing Chillies

Little Helper Growing Chillies

This week we’ve been out and about in the vegetable garden. This year we’ve decided to try and create raised beds, which are just perfect for a toddler who wants to copy mummy in the garden. Faced with such enthusiasm, there was only one thing to do, buy a very small watering can and set him to work!

Encounters with Snakes and Giant Puffballs!

Encounters with Snakes and Giant Puffballs!

We’ve had quite a few days out in Thetford forest recently – it’s England’s largest lowland forest, a great place for walking the dogs and generally poking around. Over the past couple of weeks the weather has been unusually warm and this seems to have had quite a dramatic effect on some of the more slithery residents of the forest.

Ferry Spotters on the West Coast of Scotland

Ferry Spotters on the West Coast of Scotland

I must admit to being a bit of a geek. Train spotting was never really my thing, it always seemed a bit futile standing watching the trains and never actually going anywhere. Besides train platforms are a bit of a dangerous place for young kids. I have however discovered something much more exciting, and something that you can really get the kids involved in whilst visiting some wonderful places – Ferry Spotting.

If You're Looking for a Well-Kept Secret...

If You're Looking for a Well-Kept Secret...

...then Farndale in April isn't it. Except from me, apparently. On a hot, sunny Sunday at the start of the Easter holidays, we drove up to the North York Moors for a walk. The road was narrow and winding, but we didn't see much traffic. I'd picked the walk at random out of a book: 4 miles, about as far as we reckoned Owen could go under his own steam, and relatively flat. The book said we might see daffodils in the woods.

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