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The Eiffel Tower, Paris
The views from the second floor were amazing! It was so much higher than I had imagined and you could ...
Chichen-Itza was one of the largest Maya cities built by the Mayan people in AD 600-900. The site today still ...
Visiting New York with an autistic child
I have been on three visits to New York, one without the kids, one with the kids and one slightly ...
Xel-ha by xXcaret, Mexico
We loved Xel-ha and if we are ever lucky enough to make it back to Mexico, we will definitely go ...
Xpu-ha beach, Riviera Maya, Mexico
About 30 minutes drive South from Playa Del Carmen you will find Xpu-ha beach (pronounced Ish Poo Ha). Far enough ...
Xcaret Park, Quinta Roo, Mexico
Even though I watched some videos of Xcaret Park before our visit to Quintana Roo, Mexico, I was still unsure ...
Jungle Parc, Santa Ponsa, Majorca
As we waited our turn, I watched someone above my head ride a bike along a narrow platform between two ...
Horse riding with Rancho Ses Roches, Majorca
Animals are great and we always try to get something animal related into our itinerary. If that can be horse ...
The Hanging Gate, Chapel-en-le-Firth
As we walked in the door, we were greeted by a snowman in a winter wonderland of what could better ...
Wild Shore Delamere, Cheshire
When my son landed I was launched into the air and, much to the amusement of everyone watching, landed head ...
A round up of things to do in Northern Ireland with kids and teenagers
We spent a week in Northern Ireland and, despite the weather not being the best, we found some great things ...
Travelling by P&O ferry from Cairnryan to Larne
The P&O port at Cairnryan is a lot smaller than other ports we have travelled from so it was very ...
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