Holiday planning.

15 Mar

Questions questions questions – £500 budget each, so £1000 overall, and basically there aren’t any other limitations! Could be either abroad or in the UK, city or country, warm or cold – oh do you know what I love? The Harry Potter music with the – OMG THE CAT JUST SNEEZED AND MADE ME JUMP OUT OF MY SKIN – yeah the HP music with the glockenspiel. It’s the same sort of music that Country House Rescue has and I was listening to that whilst writing so don’t worry I’m not going mad again.

The only point with the holiday, though, is that I won’t be very energetic so we can’t do some sort of adventure back-packing trek..which also rules out camping. I’ll do some research and get back to you on what I find.


My graze box had tasty honeycomb flapjack in it – yumyumyum.


3 Responses to “Holiday planning.”

  1. margaret crisp March 15, 2011 at 1:50 pm #

    Hi Rosie, holiday planning sounds exciting! You could perhaps get a late deal very cheaply, just to fill up a hotel somewhere…
    We’ve been gardening all morning, still got some more to do but may go out walking first…
    Honeycomb flapjack sounds good…its ages since I’ve eaten a cake!!
    love mags.

  2. Alison March 15, 2011 at 5:27 pm #

    You could definitely do a Greek Island then, lots of sun and as active or otherwise as you want it. You could just do some gentle swimming or walking if you felt up to it with terrific snorkelling right in close to shore. Zante has the loggerhead turtles.

    Do check out the price of travel insurance for wherever you are considering though and make sure you have a reliable company that will cover you. Sorry, just got my sensible head on there for a mo!

    If you want to stay in England then the Porthleven/Gunwalloe area of Cornwall is lovely with the seal sanctuary, Flambards etc easily accessible. Also loads of National Trust properties which for about £60 would give you a year’s membership. Also South Devon for great beaches and lots to do. I find North Devon/Cornwall a bit devoid of shopping places for rainy days but having said that the Bude area has some lovely beach and cliff wanders.

    Ali xx

  3. Coz Al March 15, 2011 at 9:32 pm #

    Definitely research time, love that bit. Where interests you though? There are plenty of great places, beautiful, interesting etc everywhere; making the decision is the tough bit! My list always gets longer rather than shorter…
    …and then I go to the Lakes 🙂

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