We recently went on a mid-week break to Bluestone with our toddler. We’ve been to Bluestone several times before, but now that Aria is that little bit older she was able to take so much more from the experience. We stayed in a St David’s lodge along with our friends, their toddler and their six month old baby. The four bedroom lodge was spacious, comfortable and even had a playroom…

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I haven’t been abroad for over five years now, neither has Spencer, and poor Aria has hardly left Wales let alone the UK! I’m not entirely sure when we will next travel abroad, the thought of travelling with a toddler fills me with dread, so the holiday would have to tick a lot of boxes. A Private Pool The thought of sitting at the pool while a trillion kids run…

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Wales is full of fairytale destinations, we have castles in abundance, pretty scenery a-plenty and many gorgeous woodland settings. Inspired by Netflights, I decided to track down my own, local, fairytale destinations. Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, Cardiffimage credit Known by locals as the fairytale castle and the Princess castle, Castell Coch is without a doubt my number one fairy tale destination in South Wales. This beautiful castle can be spotted from…

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November 24 is mine and Spencer’s fifth Wedding anniversary. This means many things to me, including the fact that I have not been abroad for five years. That’s right, the last time I went abroad was for my honeymoon. I remember it well, we weren’t sure where to go for our Honeymoon, after all, where is nice in November/December? We liked the idea of sunshine but we weren’t sure if…

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Confession time, I have never travelled overseas with Aria. The sheer thought of travelling abroad with a baby or toddler sends shockwaves of panic through me and makes me quite content with good old Barrybados (Barry Island for those of you who aren’t from around here). Airport security freaks me out anyway, but trying to clear it with a baby and all of their crap? No thank you! Can you…

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