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  • Judy lavin
    I do not understand why someone has not employed you from our Tourist Board. Your posts read like a "Come to Northern Ireland " xx

    Judy lavin, 21. December, 2014 |

  • Kathryne
    I could have done with one of those seals when we went ice skating for our Xmas work party in 2012. I might have not had so many bruises...

    Kathryne, 20. December, 2014 |

  • Fiona Moore
    Your wreath looks fabulous Jay - homemade ones really are the best.
    My suggestion would be a solid base - we get straw rings here which...

    Fiona Moore, 19. December, 2014 |

  • Kerry Teague
    Great post, Helena. I snickered a lot at the zip line photo. Ashley is fearless when it comes to letting them loose on those things. So...

    Kerry Teague, 18. December, 2014 |

  • Kerry Teague
    What a fab wreath -I've no advice to add as I've never tried to make anything as gorgeous as that. Your pics of Mini toodling along have...

    Kerry Teague, 18. December, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    Beautiful pictures Monika! Sometimes it's great to plan an adventure at a different time of day to usual. We're the same, often missing...

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 18. December, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    What beautiful woods - looks like lots of beech with those colours! Love story telling, definitely something I need to get better at...

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 18. December, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    What beautiful woods - looks like lots of beech with those colours! Love story telling, definitely something I need to get better at...

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 18. December, 2014 |

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We must have the best customers in the World. They have been telling us for years about all the great things they get out and do with their families and we thought it was about time the World knew about it. This is not a ‘Places to go with the kids’ resource in a traditional sense. There’s lots of good websites out there already that can tell you the opening times and entry costs into the many hundreds of attractions that there are across the country.

This is about real experiences, in real places, by real families who get out there in this magnificent country of ours and do stuff. Great stuff! Stuff that you will look back on and remember for the rest of your life. Places that you may never have thought to go, things that you may never have thought to do. Told by those who have been there and done it, and want to pass it on to inspire other families to do the same. These are our Little Trekkers Ambassadors. They lead the way ….

How High Can You Reach?

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 18 April 2013. Posted in Northern Ireland

How High Can You Reach?

This high!

Tiarnan Making Mystery Footprints

Written by Anita and Feargal Buckley on Wednesday, 17 April 2013. Posted in Skiing, Europe

Tiarnan Making Mystery Footprints

As you might have already guessed, it was a crosscountry skiier and not a bigfoot bird who made the footprints in our previous blog.

Tomb of Eagles, Orkney

Written by Jay Greengrass on Wednesday, 17 April 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Tomb of Eagles, Orkney

You know us by now and our beach fascination... so it’ll be no surprise that on our first full day in Orkney over Easter we set off first to explore the local beach, Sand Wick in South Ronaldsay: a clean, empty crescent of white sand.

A Little Secret About Summer

Written by Fiona Moore on Monday, 15 April 2013. Posted in Europe

A Little Secret About Summer

To all my fellow Little Trekker parents, I have a bit of an inside tip that I want to share with you. You might want to be stocking up on some decent waterproofs for the coming Summer - it's going to be a wet one.

Portknockie to Cullen

Written by Jay Greengrass on Sunday, 14 April 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Portknockie to Cullen

We’ve lived in Moray for 6 years now, and never visited the iconic Bow Fiddle Rock. Shocking! So today we rectified that. It’s not at all difficult to get to: it’s only a minute’s walk along the Moray Coast trail from the end of the road at Portknockie.

Bike or Beach?

Written by Helena Carey on Sunday, 14 April 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Cycling, North West

Bike or Beach?

Saturday was so nice and sunny it looked like spring was finally here. It really was the perfect day for a trip to the beach but then again it was also great bike riding weather. Aargh decisions, decisions – bike or beach. After umming and arring for a while we eventually decided– both!

Springing into Spring

Written by Helena Carey on Sunday, 14 April 2013. Posted in Community Farms and Small Holdings, North West

Springing into Spring

Now I don’t want to Jinx it but it looks like spring has finally has finally made its way to the Wirral. The last of the snow has disappeared and the ground has started to dry out and we have even been luckily enough to have a few days of sun.

Hunting in Hedgerows

Written by Ruth Lively-Masters on Thursday, 11 April 2013. Posted in South West

Hunting in Hedgerows

We love the colours of spring! It suddenly seems as if the hedgerows have burst into colour with yellows and pinks framed by fresh green leaves. Our biggest Little Trekker took me on a colour hunt up and around our countryside lanes.

Brodie Castle

Written by Jay Greengrass on Tuesday, 09 April 2013. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Brodie Castle

It’s Day 16 of the Easter Holidays and the fun-tokens (money...) are at an all-time low. For the first time ever, the minxes are fed-up of going to any of the beaches, so it was time to re-visit an old favourite: Brodie Castle, about halfway between Nairn and Forres.

Musical Ice

Written by Emma Lunn on Tuesday, 09 April 2013. Posted in Cumbria and the Lake District

Musical Ice

One of our recent adventures was to try and have one last 2013 season of sledging before it all melted. We had heard on good authority that there was enough snow on the Lake District passes where it had drifted considerably so we head off up to Blea Tarn which lies on the pass between Little Langdale and Great Langdale.

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