A break from the norm?

A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men… My good friend Sally and I said repeated this phrase many times at university. It rings true today. Life is busy and hard sometimes and it’s so important to take a step back and have a giggle. It’s as good as a break.Continue reading “A break from the norm?”

Dipping your toe into the Scottish Highlands?

I say immerse yourself!!! Here’s a quick video guide for the best route up to the West Coast of the Highlands with a caravan, camper or motorhome. You can explore some of the best scenery in the UK at every turn. Morvich Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is a great location for touring Skye, theContinue reading “Dipping your toe into the Scottish Highlands?”

The Wild West

Often overlooked for the pinnacles of Snowdonia to the north and maritime jewels of the south, the Mid Wales region offers visitors wild country, wildlife and wild legends in abundance. Not only is there plenty to do, but you’re guaranteed to find your own space in the seemingly endless landscape surrounding you. It’s a greatContinue reading “The Wild West”

Falling in love with Lochalsh

(and it’s not just a Highland fling!) Pristine white beaches and cascading waterfalls reaching majestic stretches of water, behind which lie mountains, glades and valleys shrouded in mystery….. Have you guessed where I have described yet? Of course, it’s Western Scotland! Where else can you find some of the most delightful and unspoilt scenery inContinue reading “Falling in love with Lochalsh”

Northern Lights

Wide sandy beaches, ancient meadows, stargazing in the UK’s largest Dark Sky Park, and home to more castles than any other county in England, Northumberland is a great choice for a holiday adventure any time of the year! The landscape of this huge county has been used as the backdrop for many TV series suchContinue reading “Northern Lights”

Holiday hacks for a Dogtastic summer!

Wanting some inspiration for UK outdoor adventures with your furry friend for your next holiday? Try these tips and links to make the most of your caravanning or camping canine adventures! In celebration of a new furry addition to our extended family, (my brother’s family have bought a cute Cavapoo puppy this month), and asContinue reading “Holiday hacks for a Dogtastic summer!”

Cultural sites less travelled for a super staycation!

Do you want to be a culture vulture on holiday but fancy a destination with less crowds this summer? You may be all too aware of the need to socially distance and prefer a place, where it is naturally easier to distance yourself from other tourists? Perhaps you’re the type of tourist who prefers toContinue reading “Cultural sites less travelled for a super staycation!”

Happy New Year, Happy New Holidays!

Fancy pushing your boundaries a little with a different type of holiday to look forward to this summer? Would you like to try a different experience, or go even further to become an adrenaline pumped adventurer? After our long lockdown winter, hopefully vaccines will have kicked in and we can look ahead to lighter daysContinue reading “Happy New Year, Happy New Holidays!”

Life’s a beach in the winter!… Brill beaches for social distancing

The Christmas jingle bells are a jingling and the first hint of frost, or even snow may be upon us. So, it’s the perfect time of year for the beach, right? For most people, the thought of colder and more temperamental weather might not seem an obvious reason to visit your local coastline, but often,Continue reading “Life’s a beach in the winter!… Brill beaches for social distancing”

Cool camping or just cold camping? October in the great outdoors

The weather has definitely taken a turn this week. I can usually tell when Autumn arrives. Doggy muddy paw prints appear on the carpet and I’m sure we’d only been on pavements… But the colder temperatures bring with them a sense of excitement. I can start to unpack my boots, scarves and various fluffy accessoriesContinue reading “Cool camping or just cold camping? October in the great outdoors”