A Family day out at National Trust site, Box Hill England is a veritable treasure trove of scenic nature and historic architecture. As a home educating family, we are always on the lookout for new opportunities for our kids to explore the country we live in and squeeze out every last drop of . . .
Family country walks in Surrey We live near some beautiful English countryside and when we aren't sure what to do for an afternoon we just pop on some flip flops or wellies (English Summer, amirite) and head out to the nearest field. Yesterday was glorious and sunny and we spotted the first juicy . . .
Our favourite of the lavender fields UK We are very fortunate to live in greater London, with easy access to the centre of the capital as well as the beautiful countryside of the Surrey Hills. This means that when we fancy a day out with kids we can choose from city offerings like the Tower of . . .
A family day trip to dinosaur park Horsham (Southwater country park) Welcome to our family travel & UK homeschooling blog! This post is a review of Southwester country park, aka 'Dinosaur Park' in Horsham. If you have children please have a browse around our website and check out our posts on . . .
Going on a luxury Safari for my 18th birthday is one of my all-time favourite memories. We had booked a holiday to Kenya and flown to a lovely hotel on the coast, where we sunned ourselves on the beach and drank fresh coconut water through a straw (I thought it was coconut milk until I was like 26, . . .
A Luxury Family Farmhouse Break in Bristol Having lived in the same London area for the better part of thirty years, LTF Dad and I had somewhat exhausted the local offering of Easter celebrations. Woodland egg hunts, farm events with egg 'n' Â spoon races and egg painting are all great the first . . .
Things to Do In Eastbourne With Kids (or without!) Holidays in the UK are seriously underrated. I used to think that taking a break in your home country was the vacation equivalent of getting a people carrier, or wearing socks and sandals. Essentially, it meant that you had given up your joie da . . .
Glamping South Downs (in tipi tents!) September can be a bit of a risky month to go camping in England. Or for a day out. Or to the corner shop. Anyway, rain is likely, but last year we fancied doing something a bit different for a few days, googled 'glamping South Downs' and came across Big . . .