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Tin Box Traveller
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Family travel blogger, PR Account Manager, Royal Navy wife and mum
Family travel blogger, PR Account Manager, Royal Navy wife and mum

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Happy Monday travel fans! Is anyone else is shock that its nearly October? Whatever the season where you are I hope you’re safe, happy and looking forward to some exciting travels in the final three months of 2017. The Monday Escapes travel linky is now open!

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There’s no better cure for the post-summer holiday blues than going on another break. A couple of weeks ago we picked up Tot from her first few days of school, hitched up Tin Box and set off for a mood brightening trip to Cornwall. We love the far south west of England so were excited to have been invited to review Seaview International campsite near St Austell in Cornwall #ad

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Family holidays shouldn't be all about the destination. The way you get there is just as important, especially when you have kids to entertain. So, which would you prefer...ferry or flights? #ad

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Before the summer I started a new learning journey with +Rosetta Stone. I’m now getting to grips with the basics of the French language thanks to their online learning platform. And you can too. Check out my latest completion over on the blog! #ad

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There’s no question organising a weekend away from the kids takes a lot of planning. Is it worth it? Absolutely! Here’s a sneak peek at Mr Tin Box and I's mini-break at The Grand Hotel Torquay #ad

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‘Manmade’ isn’t a phrase you’ll find used often to describe landmarks in Devon’s Dartmoor National Park. It’s better known as an area of incredible natural beauty. However, Canonteign Falls is a place moulded by man that’s just as worth seeing as the glacier carved tors. We visited England’s highest manmade waterfall with our girls and Tin Box Dog and were not disappointed. Here’s our experience for visiting Canonteign Falls with children

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If like me you’re a fan of the British Royal Family, a visit to Windsor in the UK is a must. You might think that sightseeing in a place frequented by kings and queens would be quite costly. In fact, we spent a day of our UK summer road trip here for little more than the cost of parking. Here’s how to visit Windsor with kids without blowing the budget:

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Do you believe in fairies? We found it hard not to while experiencing the magic and theatrical fun of +Just So Festival 2017. This fantastical event happened on the final weekend of our UK road trip and was a wonderful way to end our summer adventures. We were invited to review Just So at Rode Hall in Cheshire. Below you’ll find our highlights and some tips if you are thinking of booking this brilliant family festival in 2018 #ad

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This summer we took an amazing family road trip. In just over two weeks we covered 850 miles, put our legs down in four counties and had more family days out than I care to count. That’s not to mention pitching up at our first family festival, Just So. I think it was our best caravan holiday in England to date and has me itching to plan our next towing adventure. Here's our full itinerary:

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Outdoor adventures are brilliant fun but they inevitably involve mud. When you’re on the road, like we were this summer, it’s difficult to keep on top of washing off all the boots and bikes that become caked in the brown stuff. So what’s the solution? We were sent a Kärcher OC3 Portable Pressure Washer to see if it was up to the job. Here's our review #ad
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