Posts Tagged ‘Travel with kids’

Book of the week (for mums only): Under a Sardinian sky by Sara Alexander

Apr 23 2017


Eva Alexander aka Sara Alexander has just published her debut novel Under a Sardinian Sky, a sweeping story of star-crossed romance set against the beautiful backdrop of post-World War II Sardinia, with HarperCollins Publishers.


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Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist

Sep 25 2015

Lonely Planet guidebooks have been the only book companions during my world travels since 2000 because of their no-nonsense approach and real practical advice. I have always felt that they were the only travel guides I could trust as they shared my interest for genuine and non touristic locations when visiting new countries. The latest guide to be published is a spectacular book, the Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist, the definitive bucket list for every type of traveller accompanied by stunning photography.

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Try out Tenerife

Mar 27 2013

If you have young children and you’ve just entered the years where you have to take holidays in the school holidays only, it’s a bit of a rude awakening to discover just how much the prices go up during these times. And with schools being so strict about taking kids out of term time, you really don’t have much of a choice about when you take family holidays anymore.

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Mar 26 2013

New poll reveals the top UK attractions for a family day out this Easter. Nearly half of families think the Natural History Museum is the perfect day trip.

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The Beatles tour in London

Dec 17 2012

I have never been able to answer the question ‘what’s your favorite Beatles’ song?’, not for lack of knowledge of the Fab Four but rather because I love all their songs and one way or another they all remind me to different people or aspects of my life. Who doesn’t like the Beatles anyway? I don’t think there is a single person in this world who dislikes them.

Well, you might think that Liverpool is the main city to visit if you are a Beatles fan but actually London is equally important if not more important.

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