The story begins back in November 2017 when we booked our flights to New Zealand, we would be spending 19 days in the land of the long white cloud. We had absolutely no idea what our plans where, how we would get around, where we would stay and at that point we still weren’t sure we would attempt to see both islands. About two days after booking our flights I…

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“The littlest things in life is where we find real true joy” During a recent trip to Norway’s stunning capital city Oslo, we booked two nights accommodation at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Oslo. Having stayed at a number of Radisson Blu hotels over the years and always having positive experiences we were confident that this hotel would live up to the great reviews. Let me tell you, it did…

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Recently we visited the lovely city of Leicester to experience some of the wonderful Christmas events on offer over the festive period. We had such a great day! After ice skating in Jubilee Square, taking a ride on the Wheel of Light, shopping at the Christmas Market and seeing the brilliant Beauty and the Beast Pantomime at De Montfort Hall, we were well and truly ready for some tea! With…

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Growing up in Australia meant that the traditional Christmas pantos were never really part of my life. Since living in the UK and having my little boy, I have discovered the pure joy and entertainment of the British Panto! The laughter and fun is something that you can’t really explain until you have been to one. This year Leicester doesn’t fail to deliver when it comes to pantomimes. You can…

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It was a cold fresh evening when we made our way through the streets of Coventry towards the historic Coventry Cathedral. Just a few days earlier the city of Coventry was announced as the UK City of Culture 2021. One of the cities most historical and beautiful points of interest is the Cathedral. Overlooking University Square this stunning building sits in the shadow of the original Cathedral which was all…

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