Britain with dad:The forbidden nook, leyburn, north yorkshire
I loved it when i was little and that i nevertheless do. Essentially, it’s a massive garden complete of magical and bizarre reviews: water jets that shoot you, tunnels that whisper or get so slim you need to squeeze thru, underground rooms that revolve – it’s extremely good and that they maintain adding stuff.
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• grownup £12, 4-15 years £10, theforbiddencorner.Co.United kingdom

Wild tenting at sandwood bay, sutherland, scotland
We hiked in and wild camped in rainy weather. It turned into cold and the midges have been horrible. But we lit a massive fireplace at the seashore and made fly swatters from kelp, then performed tune on our phones and danced. It was a catastrophe that was a number of fun. You hike in from kinlochbervie, the closest village.

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Hike helvellyn, lake district
maddy inside the lakes, 2009
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maddy inside the lakes, 2009
Britain with dad:If my dad is making plans a hike, he never mentions the word “stroll” – he is aware of how i sense. Walks are for dogs. However helvellyn is one-of-a-kind. I’ve accomplished it three instances from glenridding. Striding side is a remarkable scramble. Wilf, our dog, who does like walks, had his first swim in pink tarn on the descent. And i saw my first purple squirrel at the lowest.
• live at side farm campsite, patterdale, grownup £9, toddler £four

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Whitby, north yorkshire
That is my favourite metropolis. We walk to the pier stop and climb to the decrease stage, then do the dracula steps and the graveyard. Afterwards – continually – we get fish and chips with tender peas from robertson’s on bridge road.
• stay at l. A. Rosa resort, doubles from £86 b&b

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Surf lesson at rhossili seashore, gower peninsula
surf lesson on rhossili seashore, 2010
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surf lesson on rhossili seashore, 2010
This changed into just a truely good day: first a surf lesson on rhossili seashore – i stood up for the first time on a surfboard. Then we went a few miles up the coast to the blue pool, a herbal rock basin that fills up at high tide, and searched the seaside for treasure. My dad reckoned you could locate gold doubloons there, however he may have made that up – to get me strolling.

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