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Motorhoming in Holland | Campsite Paradise for Kids at Camping de Paal

There are hundreds of campsites across Europe so how do you choose one that’s right for your family? Some offer fantastic locations with waterparks, an array of on-site activities and even spas… But imagine a campsite that offers a truly unforgettable experience for younger kids? Read on to find out why Camping de Paal is worth heading for this summer… check out all our European Family Adventures here We love to help families find their own adventures, and summer is the perfect time to get the family together for an adventure that everyone can enjoy. With the summer holidays...

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Motorhoming in Germany | Enjoying Spring Sunshine in Camp SudSee

If you’ve stayed Camp SudSee, a large resort-style campsite in Northern Germany, you’ll know it’s set in a spectacular lakeside setting with direct access to its own high ropes, pony trekking and indoor sub-tropical water park. It’s a special Leading Campings campsite gem not to be missed…. Find all of our Germany Blog Posts here If you’re an active family who wants to visit some of Europe’s most unmissable campsites? Perhaps this article below will help……Our kids beam with delight when we tell them we’re heading for another of these Leading Campings sites, so I wonder if your family will...

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Motorhoming in France | Leg 6 of our European Adventure starts…..

For those that follow our blogs closely, you’ll know this part of our European adventure sees us take 2 novice motorhomers with us… as we escort Richard’s parents in their new (to them) motorhome on a circumnavigation of France… check out more England articles here We’re hoping to add more blog posts to our newly created ‘France – A Mini Travel Guide’. but added to that, we hope we can add more to this part of our European Motorhoming Travel Blog which gained recent coverage from the ‘Living France Magazine‘ (Top 6 Travel Blog) So with both girls delighted to...

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So what else is there in Pembrokeshire apart from the Bluestone Wales Resort?

But before we left Pembrokeshire for the next leg of our ‘UK Cities Tour’  we’d planned to visit Britain’s smallest city in St David’s in Pembrokeshire! check out more Wales articles here Leaving Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire proved harder than we thought!! Both girls have loved the activities on offer whilst the luxury of the lodge accommodation has proved a real change from spending  450+ days living in a motorhome across Europe.  But we’ve loved finding fun & quirky travel destinations and activities for families whilst ensuring we road school our two daughters at the same time…… So the time...

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SeaCliff Climbing | See the Pembrokeshire Coastline from a Different Perspective?

Our girls have tried indoor climbing and even motorised climbing walls but never sea cliff climbing… plus a fair few ‘adventure climbing walls’ in Exeter and Birmingham or ‘real climbs’ in Norway & Croatia… but today was a real challenge with no brightly coloured hand/feet holds… just solid unrelenting Pembrokeshire stone to find some purchase! check out more Wales articles here Thankfully, we had a brilliant instructor in Henry (from Climb Pembroke) who not only helped offer a series of technical challenges but also made us feel utterly safe throughout… So if this type of adventure is something you want to read more about...

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