I am Malala, book review

This is an autobiography by Malala Yosafzia, who lived in the Swat valley, Pakistan, during the late 90’s and early 2000’s when the Taliban took over the country. Malala grew up wanting an education, but that was semi-impossible when the Taliban took over and said that educating girls was against the teachings of Islam. Luckily […]

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The perfect beach

We have been traveling for a while now and as beach lovers we have been to some fantastic ones. From Malibu to Pan Azucra in the Pacific ocean and Impanema beach in the Atlantic we have found our favourite ocean so far is, the Indian ocean. With its warm, clear waters and beautiful marine life […]

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Tamil Tigress, A review

Tamil Tigress is an autobiography about a Niromi De Soyza’s (a pen name) life as a child soldier in Sri Lanka’s Civil War. On the cover there is a child soldier pointing a rifle at the camera, on the top of the book is Niromis strap line: ‘my story as a child soldier in Sri […]

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Art and Culture in Buenos Aires

We are currently in Buenos Aires (BA) and so far have enjoyed amazing steak, lovely wine (yes we all tried it, Dylan had one to many!!), lush cakes, beautifully tasting ice cream and  have watched some stunning tango. There is tonnes of stuff to do for free and we are the family that slept in […]

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The Hunger Games Trilogy By Susanne Collins

 Today instead of doing a post on my travels I am going to do a segment on three great books that I recommend as I have thoroughly enjoyed them. They are the Hunger Games Trilogy. It is based on a game show that is controlled by the government. There is a variety of characters in […]

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Music Stars of the East Coast

Over the past few weeks, we have seen (and heard) a variety of different music styles. We saw live country music is Nashville, learning all about the stars like Johnny Cash and other great musicians. I found this really interesting as it was completely different compared to some of the songs I like and who […]

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The Capitol- Washington DC

On our second morning of New York City we went to an amazing diner called Ellen’s Stardust Diner  where the staff sing famous songs from musicals while you order your food. The portions were massive, a kids meal had nine chicken nuggets, that’s the same as a large McDonald’s adults meal in the UK, crazy right?! […]

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Saving the Elephants: Chang Mai

Hey guys I forgot to mention last post that I am now 11 years old!! This time on my travels we are in Chang Mai (north Thailand) and we have been to an amazing elephant sanctuary. The place was called Elephant Nature Park ( Im sure its the best one in thailand) ! It really raised […]

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Elderflower Fields 27th-30th MAY 2016

Camping in half term is a family favourite event and this year we were even more excited than usual as we had been invited to attend Elderflower Fields;  a family focused festival, full of activities for the kids in beautiful Sussex countryside. The festival is currently in its 5th year and has a capacity of 5000 (??) which means […]

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