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 ….

Last Skiing of the Season

Last Skiing of the Season

Spring is well on its way here in Switzerland, so today we set off for our last ski trip of the season. We have skied at our local resort (Flumserberg) almost every weekend since December, but the warmer temperatures mean the snow is getting increasingly slushy and less 'skiable'. The girls have both made major progress this season, and as ever their skiing has improved faster than ours!

A Train - tastic Day Out

A Train - tastic Day Out

And where better than the Historic Dockyard in Chatham, a veritable feast of things to do and see. The entrance ticket is valid for a year which is just as well because you can spend days and days exploring; there are ships, submarines, lifeboats, sheds, model boats, ropes to make and a police museum (?) amongst other delights. Saturday, however, was train day.

Spring Clean at the Nature Reserve

Spring Clean at the Nature Reserve

Chessel Bay Nature Reserve is the only nature reserve in Southampton and is right next door to Willow's school! It is situated on the eastern side of the River Itchen where there is a narrow stretch of Woodland, salt marsh and a long strip of shingle beach leading to mud flats that attract a variety of birds and wildfowl such as Dunlin, Redshanks, Oystercatchers and Curlews as well as swans and ducks.

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