One of the first things we enjoyed when we came out of lockdown was a family meal out. After months and months of home-cooking, it was a very nice change to have someone else do it for a change. Not to mention the washing up. And it was great to just sit and chat with my Dad over a nice meal in a different setting to home. In this post I am sharing with you the list of places taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out in Cardiff so those of you in and around Cardiff can benefit from the scheme and enjoy a nice meal out. No washing up to do (unless you forget your wallet!).
When we talk about bucket lists and the places on it that we want to go to, we often forget about the little people in the family. So, in this post I thought I would create the ultimate Europe bucket list for kids. These are the best places to visit in Europe with kids like European landmarks, theme parks, natural wonders and more.
Blarney Castle and Gardens are located in County Cork and were somewhere I’d always wanted to visit, mainly so I could kiss the stone and see if the legend of the Blarney Stone is true. In this post you’ll learn about our visit to Blarney Castle with kids and discover is Blarney Castle worth it.
A great way to explore your home town or city is to act like a tourist and I got the chance to do just that when I teamed up with the people behind the Dublin Pass sightseeing card. This is my Dublin Pass review in which I tell you if it’s worth it or not, and what to do in Dublin in one day with kids using it.
Despite it being my hometown and having lived there for 17 years of my life, Dublin is a city that I’ve really only started exploring properly since our son came along. Something deep inside me feels it’s important and vital I introduce him to his heritage and what better way than regularly visiting Dublin with him. In this post you’re going to get an insider’s view to visiting Dublin with kids, ideas for things to do in Dublin, Ireland with kids and more.