For this week’s Super Sunday we went to the North Down Museum and Walled Garden.
As soon as I booked our flights to New York I got straight down to the important bit … finding some sports to watch in the one and only, Madison Square Garden. First thing I found was ice hockey, but as I work in a bank and don’t own one, that was out of the question!
My persistence paid off and I struck gold when I found some tickets for a family night out, to watch the New York Knicks. Tickets were not cheap, but we’re talking the Knicks in MSG – so in a couple of clicks, they were mine!
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.
Why Bundoran? –
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.