Staycation: the new normal?

Our next trip as a family was a staycation…something which my husband seems to be a fan for the foreseeable future. He organised this weekend and I have to say, hats off to him, he seemed to think of everything! Krishna arranged a surprise weekend for us all to go stay at Cliveden House. Some…

Our time on the Garden Island, Kauai

We were lucky enough to spend three weeks adventuring around Hawaii, and split our time between Kauai and Maui. We did so much in Kauai, I could write about it for weeks (and I may still do some spotlight blogs if I have the time) but will instead just focus on the must-dos based on…

San Diego

Our time in San Diego is over and it’s has gone in a whirlwind.  Not sure how that happened!! When we planned our honeymoon we thought it was best to fly into California on the way to Hawaii to break up the trip and adjust to the time difference. I have never been to San…

Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote

There’s plenty of things to see and do In Lanzarote, even with a little babe in tow. To be honest, so long as we manage the feeding and napping as he needs, Rishi is actually “portable” at the moment. I know it is going to get more difficult the bigger he gets. One of the…

Ten things I’ve learnt from being on holiday with Baby Rishi…

1. Apply lotion: I’m fanatical about Rishi and the sun, meaning I’m all about sun suits, sun shades and factor 50. However I rarely remember to apply lotion to myself! So my advice is: buy some of that “apply once a day” stuff and go from there or accept that you’ll get sun burnt! 2….

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside….

We have just survived our first little trip away. We opted for a staycation with my parents in Bexhill-on-sea (near Hastings) last weekend. Sunday was definitely my favourite day: the weather was great, we played adventure golf, we shopped, and we even squeezed in a mini-date – stealing an hour for just the two of…