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The Best Ski Holidays in France for 2022

France is a country that is worth visiting in all seasons. Arts, food, architecture and beautiful spots are a few of the elements that make it so popular with tourists from all over the world.

Travellers who love, or, who wish to love skiing can visit the stunning ski resorts in France in order to have the time of their lives on the slopes with the breath-taking Alpes around them.

Below you’ll see a few of the best ski areas and resorts you should definitely visit this year.

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Chania: 4 reasons to become your next favourite destination

Crete has always been a favourite destinations for many travellers worldwide, no one can question its natural beauty and the fairytale images it offers. Chania at its western end will enchant you through a feast of colours, flavours and aromas in combination with the aura of a Greek island and the absolute best of Cretan hospitality.

Of course, summer is suitable for an escape to Chania and Crete in general, but do not hesitate to visit them at other times of the year for a different experience with fewer tourists. Below, we will see 4 reasons why Chania deserves to become your next destination in Greece, one that will offer you unique experiences and moments.

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Spooky Treats from Red Letter Days

After writing about some grown up Halloween experiences last week, it got me thinking about much fun it really would be to get away and do something different this year. That being said, I still the love the idea of having some flexibility around when you actually travel and not having to commit to dates unless you are ready to, so I’ve come up with some more options but this time from the fabulous Red Letter Days.

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Bluestone Winter Lights

Last week we spent a truly magical 4 nights at Bluestone, a fantastic resort in Pembrokeshire. If you haven’t heard about Bluestone it’s well worth checking them out, they offer self catering holidays in a range of lodges and apartments in their very own National Park resort. Surrounded by ancient forests with entertainment on tap you get a marvellous mix of their very special brand of free range fun.

Fairy village in Bluestone
A small hidden fairy outpost along the stream.
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The Perfect Toy For Surviving Building Work

All summer long we had builders in working on our extension. Mostly the weather was great so we were just chilling out in the garden, or we had days out planned. When we were tired we still had an internet connection so we could watch Netflix in the conservatory. It genuinely wasn’t too bad.

My Little World

However, some days we were home, the weather was rubbish and on many of those days we had no internet as, on occasion, it had to be unplugged so things could be built. Those days were long. So freaking long.

I know we shouldn’t be reliant on the internet, but my word we are. For work, for play, we use it all the time and a good high speed provider like Windstream internet is so vital, but sometimes we need to go retro and this was one of those times.

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Fun in London with Greater Anglia

As you all know the Easter break was a bit of a mixed bag for me, swapping form fun days out with the kid to funerals. What kept me going was the knowledge that we had a mini break in London booked, a stress free break with no driving and lots of fun.

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