Shoeburyness, Essex – A Sand & Shingle Beach

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I love the sea. I love the blue water, the splashing waves that come crashing against my toes, the sea breeze, and most of all, I love sea shells. During a sunny weekend, I decided to go check out this beach, as it is about 1 hour away from my house.  Now to go to […]

Stonehenge, World Heritage Site

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There is far more to Stonehenge than meets the eye. It seems to be a mere ring of stones, however, it is more or less a ring of mysteries. Thousand of years ago, an ancient civilisation, or was it aliens, raised a circle of huge rectangular stones in a field, which we now call, Stonehenge. […]

Science Museum London, with the children

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Science Museum, Kensington London It’s the Easter Holidays. And my first time travelling on my own with the children on the trains and the London underground. The London Underground, also known as the tubes, is always so packed that I have never felt confident to travel with the children on my own. Now that they are […]

Things to do and see in Whitby

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Whitby is a charming seaside town in Yorkshire,  Northern England. Full of history, it is here that Bram Stoker had his inspirations for Dracula ( spooky )and where the well known explorer Captain Cook started on his seafaring adventure ( not just scary after all). The town has it all, from ruined abbeys, sandy beaches, […]

Legoland- Windsor

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Legoland Legoland is Uk’s favourite Kids Theme Park and it is definitely my son’s one as he loves lego and has been asking to go there again every year. I even got a Merlin pass, to see what all the fuss was about. It is well worth what you pay for it, only, if you […]

Vapiano, a restaurant not like others

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I recently visited Oxford Street and went to eat at Vapiano Restaurant as it came highly recommended. I was not disappointed. The place was vibrant, full of life and although it took a while to finally get to order my food, it was well worth it.  A very busy place, yet a very laid back […]