The Epping-Ongar Railway was an interesting experience. The steam and diesel locomotives, the heritage buses and the enthusiastic volunteers makes it a great day out and a brief glimpse of what it’s like 50 years ago. This extension was built 150 years ago, and later became the eastern terminus of the Central Line. After the
Herne Bay is a seaside town in Kent just south of the Thames Estuary and not far from Canterbury. Accessible from London via the A2/M2/A299 or via a Southeastern train from Stratford. I went out with a friend to checkout the market and to enjoy the last days of summer. Herne Bay market is a
Duka Bay is a gorgeous resort with fine white sand and clear water. It’s a bit of a drive from the city of Cagayan de Oro, but there are accommodations on offer on the main resort for long distance travellers who want to enjoy this paradise. Here’s a short video of us frolicking.
One of the things we really enjoyed in the Philippines was our Whaleshark adventure. It was a sunny, yet windy day and the sea was a bit rough. My daughter wasn’t a very confident swimmer but she still donned the lifejacket and went into the water. You can see us at 1:24 where we were
Summer time is high season in Cornwall and it is bursting with activity. Our trip there started with a very early drive from London. As I am unfamiliar with the roads, I do not like to rush, especially with my family in tow. We booked a gorgeously located cottage beside Acton Castle way in advance,
Many of the food featured here are from HelloFresh. I’ve been a fan ever since they knocked on my door ages ago. We consider the meals as experiments, a different way to discover something new to eat. Hello Fresh since introduced my family to at least 3 most favourite dishes. These gets cooked again at
Living in an area with hard water means that you have to keep an eye on your appliances and to use special products to keep things from degrading. Hard water is water with high mineral content. Hard water can cause a build-up calcification in showers and faucets and the formation of lime scale in kettles,