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!).
Cardiff is a city that we always enjoyed visiting with our son. Living in South Wales, we were regulars and always found something to enjoy with him while in the Welsh Capital. Our visits usually happened at weekends and we often combined food, sightseeing and shopping on our days out. In this post I’m going to share with you 5 fun things to do in Cardiff with kids to help you get the most out of your visit to this wonderful city, as well as give you some helpful tips for visiting Cardiff City with kids.
Today on the blog I have the pleasure of welcoming Emma Leigh-Hull, a travel and food blogger from Cardiff. In this post Emma is sharing with us a local’s knowledge and guides us through what to see, do and eat during a weekend in Cardiff. Over to Emma.
At the beginning of July I took BattleKid into Cardiff and we met a friend and her little boy and we took to the two boys to the Techniquest Toddler Day. Once a month, during term-time, pre-school children have the run of the exhibits with activities on a special theme. Activities include: Drawing, Colouring and … Read more Techniquest Toddler Day – Our Visit in July
Last Saturday BattleKid and I were invited down to Cardiff Museum to the official opening of the new exhibition Wriggle! the Wonderful world of worms. I wasn’t sure what to expect and was apprehensive whether the Wriggle Exhibition would be above BattleKid’s age range.