July has been our first full month back in the UK (well at least mine and the little lady’s). We have been really enjoying exploring the UK with trips to Derbyshire, Yorkshire and the Cotswolds already under our belt!
What have you done this month?
Last month there were some really fabulous but some highlights had to be:
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I’m not going to lie – travelling with a baby isn’t always easy but I promise it is always rewarding. We at wandermust family are fearless family traveller and one of our aims is to encourage other families to travel by taking the fear out of family travel. Being Middle East Expats for the first year and a bit of our baby’s life meant we had no choice but to fly and travel. However, I understand that many people have baby travel fears. So here are some of the most common family travel myths and hopefully we can help debunk some of the most common fears! Continue reading Family Travel Myths – Debunking 7 Baby Travel Fears→
When we settled on Anglesey for a holiday with grandparents, the first thing my mum said was we’d have to have lunch at Ellis Barrie’s place. Well living abroad I must admit I’d not heard of Ellis Barrie of Great British menu fame. A quick google soon convinced me that any foodie visiting Anglesey would be remiss not visiting the Marram Grass. So quickly I got on the phone to make a reservation! Continue reading Marram Grass Review – a Must Eat on Anglesey→
It had been a stressful month in the Wandermust Household! Moving continents is a lot of work! When we found a spare few days I quickly jumped onto the computer to look for a luxurious and relaxing break away. Darwin Forest Country Park jumped out at me as soon as I saw it. It looked like the perfect mix of luxury, relaxation and English charm. So did it live up to my exceptionally high expectations? Continue reading Review of our Luxury lodge stay at Darwin Forest Country Park→
Sometimes its not about the accommodation (though I must admit the accommodation at Darwin Forest Country Park was fab – as you will discover in next week’s post), but what you can do somewhere that is the most important thing when booking a family holiday. And there are plenty of things to do at Darwin Forest Country Park. So here are my suggestions for what to do at Darwin Forest Country Park in rain or sunshine and for the young and the not so young! Continue reading Darwin Forest Country Park what to do during your stay→
There are so many firsts to treasure with your new baby – Christmas, Birthdays, food, smiles. One of the firsts I was most looking forward to was taking baby on her first holiday! But where is the perfect destination for baby’s first holiday? Here are my family and some other family travel bloggers favourite places to go for Baby’s first Spring holiday.
Spring is a great time of year to travel whether you are in the Southern hemisphere or Northern hemisphere so whether you want a city break or a beach break we have you covered with some great global suggestions for baby’s first holiday ideas – a month by month spring destination guide. Continue reading Baby’s First Spring Holiday Ideas – March – May→
It is undoubted that breastfeeding is easier when traveling. All you need is your boob and maybe a cover and you are good to go. But for all the formula feeding or expressing mums out there, airports and flying offer a different set of challenges. On the blog we aim to take the stress out of travelling with a formula fed baby so here is my essential guide for flying with a formula fed baby Continue reading Flying and Formula Feeding→