Category Archives: Travel

#2minutebeachclean

  I know about Martin Dorey because we have his Camper Van Cookbook ¬†unfortunately ¬†we don’t have a camper van, (although one would very cool parked up alongside the chalet), but his recipes are great for camping (obviously) and for … Continue reading

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Cabin envy warmth

Check out these cabins…they make me think of warmer climates and journeys to California especially and right now… that’s much needed. The pic on the right reminds me of an open garden we chanced upon last year on holiday in … Continue reading

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Plastic Pollution

  When I was a kid I used to take the empty pop bottles back to the shop and I was allowed to keep the deposit but, more importantly, it was a way to recycle the bottles. I have no … Continue reading

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February skies

  From dawn til dusk… friend, colleague and teenage son’s godfather was staying at the chalet last weekend, he captured some wonderful skies on his camera in the 48 hours he was there. All photos by Mark Pinkosh

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Hawaiian Gifts 3

With the new year came new gifts courtesy of Joyce, our friend in Hawaii. The unopened box was tantalising with the sticker proclaiming what was inside whilst managing to still create some mystery. Through reams of bubble wrap emerged a … Continue reading

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Looking for Snow

Since we moved to the south west of England in 1999 when teenage son was just ten months old he has never seen a blanket of thick white crunchy snow in his hometown. When he was three we spent Christmas … Continue reading

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Hawaiian themed chalet gifts 2

The patchwork quilt was sent by Hawaii based friends ( and blog readers) when our son was born, its a cot blanket and I was loathe to pass it on when we no longer needed it. Our son is 18 … Continue reading

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