We went to Thailand in December 2015, when Megan was roughly 2.5 years old. In this post I share some of our hints and tips when it comes to planning such a trip.
For this week’s Super Sunday we decided to visit Ballycopeland Windmill, Northern Ireland’s last surviving Tower Mill. Although I have driven past this windmill hundreds, if not thousands of times I have never stopped. So, time for a change….
Nicola isn’t what you’d call ‘the camping type’ so it took some time convincing her to let me buy a tent!! A field in the middle of nowhere was a complete deal breaker. After a bit of research we found Watertop farm. It had toilets, hot water, and plenty to do nearby, so off we went.
Just before Nicola finished up work on maternity leave she won a voucher for a hotel break, which could be used anywhere in Ireland. At first we weren’t going to use it, who in the right mind goes away with a newborn?! However, Megan was a chilled baby, and we thought why not!
What better way to spend a wet Sunday during August 2018 than a day out on board HMS Caroline. We purchased our tickets online (paying gift aid) and off we went. Continue reading “HMS Caroline – Super Sunday”
For our first family holiday outside of the UK/Ireland, we decided to visit Nice in the South of France back in September 2014.