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After a five year travel hiatus, while I adjusted to life as a Mum, a Stay-at-Home-Mum and a Working-Mum, I've realised that wanderlust is in my daughter's DNA: Dad and I both have very full passports.  

Now, our wings are unfurling, and Mini's geography enthusiasm is gaining strength: looking forward to some amazing long-haul adventures in the near future (Hello US and Lapland in 2017).
In the meantime, here's a round up of my travel posts...over the next few weeks I'll add more from Chicago, Disneyland Paris and Madeira.  Would love to hear all about your travel adventures! 


That Time I went to... 

24 hours in Cardiff

Waikiki in a Week
Postcard from a Me Break: Belize 

An Exeter Shopping Adventure 








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