October Half Term Break In Norwich

AD | Contains some gifted experiences You might have read a post from us at the end of the summer holidays from when we stayed in Norwich for a couple of days. We managed to take advantage of a buy one night, get one free offer from Travelodge and when we did, we also booked a couple of nights for October half term as well. So, this is where we stayed last week for 2 nights. Monday We started our day at one of Erin’s favourite places in the city, Labyrinth. We have been there quite a few times now

Best Family-Friendly Museums in Melbourne

AD | Collaborative post Melbourne is geographically located in the southeast of Australia and, with a population of 4 million, is one of the most populous cities in the country. It is only the second-largest city after Sydney. Melbourne is a multicultural mix of people worldwide that helps make Melbourne tourism one of the city’s largest businesses. Attracting Visitors From Around The World Melbourne Tourism has it all, including dining, sightseeing, transportation, and entertainment. Melbourne, Australia, is one of the top holiday destinations in Australia, and it is worth learning a little better before arriving. Of all Australian cities, none

7 Ways to Save and Make Your Travel Dreams Come True

AD | Collaborative post Covid has many of us staying put or traveling locally which means for those of us still fortunate to be healthy and working we have the opportunity to save for future trips. Having enough money for your dream destination may seem to be a steep mountain to climb but reaching your target budget is far more doable. The key is to align your lifestyle to fulfill your traveling goals, and these tips can help. 1. Track your spending. Track expenses monthly, including impulse buys. Compare the total to how much you earn, and identify essentials to

Top 3 Waterparks in Australia

AD | Collaborative post Known for its sunshine and idyllic beaches, Australia is undoubtedly an ideal location for a day out at a waterpark! From the epic Whitewater World on the sunshine coast to Gumbuya World located near Melbourne, you can discover a range of fantastic water parks all over the country and enjoy a family day out to remember. Here are three of the top water parks to visit when you find yourself down under:  Whitewater World It’s almost always sunny on the Gold coast and Whitewater World is the perfect way to cool down! Whether you dare plummet

Dippy’s Halloween Days At Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure

AD | Gifted tickets Living in Norfolk we are quite lucky that there are so many great places to go as a family. If ever we ask Erin where she would like to go for a day her answer is usually Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure. We usually try to go in the summer when the weather is warmer but this time we braved October half term. As a non-driving family I always need to know how we are going to get to and from somewhere. Last summer there was a free Dino Bus running which sadly isn’t on at the minute

Things To Consider When Travelling As A Family By Car

AD | Collaborative post Nowadays more and more families are choosing to travel by car, whether that be in the UK or while travelling abroad. There are plenty of reasons why travelling by car can be the best choice for families but there are also lots of different things to consider. Here are some tips for travelling by car as a family. Plan your breaks It doesn’t matter how long you are travelling for, both you and children need regular breaks. Driving for a long time can make you tired so it’s important to be able to stretch your legs

10 Things I Miss About Living In Toronto

In my late teens and early 20s I think the best way to describe me would be to say I was a little bit wild. I didn’t really know what I wanted out of life and in 2016 one thing after another eventually made me want to kind of run away. Instead of just staying with a friend for a few days or something I went to a travel agent on my lunch break at work one day and booked flights to Toronto, Canada and handed in my 3 week notice. I stayed there for a month and fell in

An End Of Summer Getaway To Norwich

At the beginning of last week, just before the summer holidays ended we managed to get away for a couple of days to Norwich. This is really only down the road for us, being a 30 minute train journey away. However, we never seem to get enough time there and our day trips are always really rushed. Travelodge had a great deal at some point during lockdown where they offered hotel stays with 2 nights for the price of 1. We ended up booking two separate trips to Norwich (the other for October half term) for less than £100 and