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Brambles & Blackberries. Journey of a nomadic family. The Lighthouse under the stars
Brambles & Blackberries. Journey of a nomadic family. The Lighthouse under the stars

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Alghero is a roman city on the northwest coast of Sardinia which is encircled by ancient walls and known for its cobble-stoned center and lively marina. After a busy morning climbing 600 steps into Neptune’s cave, we stopped off for a quick bite to eat…

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After the kids and I (Emma) spent a manic fortnight backpacking alone in Seville and Cadiz and with Rich being away in Australia and Hong Kong, the kids had this great idea that we would all meet up in Gatwick and take a ‘holiday’ somewhere, where we did…

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Seville’s history is magnificently twisted between being conquered and rising defiantly.  It’s thought that the city dates back to Hercules when he divided the land between Seville and Gibraltar. Who knows if that’s true (I doubt it) but it provides an…

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After spending four weeks around southern Morocco, we’ve collated a collection of questions our kids asked while we there! What the guide book doesn’t tell you about Southern Morocco is everything the guide books won’t tell you about the areas from Agadir…

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Seville captured our hearts. I don’t know exactly what it is about the city that we love, maybe the laid back attitude of locals or the architecture, maybe the narrow cobbled streets or the amount of things there are to do, maybe it’s the brightly…

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Ever since I took their older sister to see The Nutcracker, our younger two have been pestering me to see the ballet. At the age of seven and eight though, would they be able to sit through an entire three hour production? And sit still? As it happens I…

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Seville is an amazing city with a warren of tiny, cobbled streets that are lined with boutique bars and restaurants to tantalise your taste buds and shops that will make you wish you left your wallet at home. On the ground the city is a busy, heaving mass…

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Our youngest child is seven and by many respects she is the most mature of all three. She is articulate, thoughtful, generous and loving. So imagine my horror when she came to me with a pained look and said I don’t want to travel anymore Mummy As a family…

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Let’s be honest; when I first started considering backpacking in Spain (alone with three kids) I was apprehensive about how to get around. Taxis, Uber, BlaBlaCar – they’re all great but they’re restrictive and can be expensive.  Coaches and buses are…

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Seville is pretty hot right now. Averaging about 28 degrees, so in true British spirit, mad dogs and Englishmen, at the height of the afternoon sun we went to explore the Park of Maria Luisa. PARQUE DE MARÍA LUISA IN SEVILLE, SPAIN The park was formerly…
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