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Ideas For Weekends In The Sunshine

I’m so happy that the sun is finally showing its head. After all, it feels like we have had months of dull and dark days. And we have had to keep busy at weekends inside our home as we didn’t fancy braving the cold weather. But now we are getting some sunshine, it opens up more things we can do for the weekend! In fact, here are some ideas for weekends in the sun!

Head for a day at the seaside

I don’t know about you, but I’m missing the feeling of sand beneath my feet and the sound of waves crashing against the shore. But with holiday time still a good few months away, you could always spend the weekend at a beach in the UK. And while the beaches might not be as good as the ones abroad, it can still make for a great day out. Therefore, investigate where the local beach is, and then head there with your friends or family. And then you can have a great day tucking into an ice cream or two and walking along the sand on the front with a good pair of sunnies. You can also get a traditional fish and chips which you can enjoy while the sunsets. And don’t forget to spend your spare pennies in the amusements to finish off the perfect day.


Visit one of the cities

The last thing you want to do in the cold months is visit a city. After all, a lot of the main sights are outside. However, now the sunshine is out, it’s a great time to visit one of the many beautiful cities we have in the UK. The obvious choice would be London as there is so much to see and do in the capital. For example, you could go shopping during the weekend at Oxford Street. Or for something a bit different, you could head to one of the many markets including Camden. You could also do the tourist thing and head for a cruise on the Thames. In fact, you can read more on this website about dining while soaking in all the top sights! And the parks are also fantastic at this time of the year. After all, you can take a picnic and enjoy the sun with your girls! And London isn’t the only city to visit; enjoy wonders like Oxford and Cambridge too during the sunny weather.

Go to a theme park

It’s always fun to go to a theme park during the summer months. After all, you are never too old for a thrilling rollercoaster or crazy waterslide. And we are lucky to have a few in the UK which have fans worldwide. Closer to home, Thorpe Park is only about an hour from the centre of London and has a wealth of rides including Stealth and Saw. Or you and your friends could head further afield to Alton Towers. Boasting a wealth of scary rides like Nemesis and Oblivion, the park is also nice to just have a walk around. After all, there is a beautiful castle and plenty of greenery where you can enjoy the sun!

And don’t forget to make the most of the garden at this time of the year. Organize a BBQ to make the most of the lovely weather!

The “Cliché Beach Holiday”: Reclaimed

If you’ve ever looked for holiday ideas and inspiration online, you’ve probably been relentlessly urged to do something different.

Don’t just go for the standard beach holiday! Try something different; break out of your comfort zone; a holiday is about an experience not just lazing on a beach somewhere!

And that’s all well and good. Valid advice. Except… what if you really like lazing on a beach somewhere, cocktail in hand, sun on your SPF-laden face, feeling like your life and its associated troubles are thousands of miles away from you? (It helps that they are, of course.) The reason most of us have a comfort zone is because we find it comforting. We like it. We’ll leave the “pushing yourself to the limit” to the people who want to do that and stick with the sun and fun if it’s all the same to you.

If you’re after a classic beach holiday, then the options are endless. Of course, there’s an edit coming of a few favourites – worth considering, whatever your budget. So stick with comfort and explore these paradises by the sea.

Barbados: The Classic


If you think about the classic beach holiday, it’s inevitable that Barbados is going to be mentioned at some point. The island has got it all, from a climate to envy to beaches you will never want to leave. It’s a great starting point for the inexperienced traveller venturing outside of the usual European haunts for the first time.

Even on the days when you’re not sunning yourself, there’s plenty to see and do here. Caving is a surprisingly popular holiday excursion, with the delights of Harrison’s Cave awaiting you. Want to find out more about the history of the island? Barbados Museum and Historical Society have got you covered.

With cheap flights to Barbados you’ll be spending around nine hours in the air, which is fairly reasonable given the gifts the country has to offer once you arrive.

Mauritius: It Had To Be Included, Didn’t It

Well, look at it. Look at it. It’s irresistible; the jewel of the Indian Ocean, just waiting to be explored.

Mauritius is a former French colony, so your withered high school French might just find another use here. The small country features all the usual delights such as beaches that go on for miles and blissful white sand, but there’s a few other features to tempt you. If you’re a history buff, then the Blue Penny Museum will delight – and you can learn more about the now-extinct dodos that once roamed the Mauritian shores. If that gives you a taste for intriguing flora and fauna, the fun continues at La Vanille Nature Park, which is perfect if you’re a crocodile fan.

While it has a reputation for luxury, Mauritius is surprisingly easy to visit if you’re on a budget. With a 12-hour flight time from London it’s not a quick hop, but once you’re there, every moment you spent stuffed into an aircraft fuselage will feel worth it.

Awesome Trips For Solo Female Travellers

Whether you are in a group or alone, travelling can be an exciting and rewarding experience. But it is not without its hassles or even dangerous. That is why it is best to be clued up before you go, and have a plan for any sticky situations that you might get in. Read on to find out more.

Pre-Holiday Prep


Sometimes it hard to be women. At least, there always seems more to do before a trip away than if you are a man. First of all, you need to get prepped with a tan. Use the fake stuff it’s much safer. Also if you are travelling for a long time consider getting your legs and underarms waxed. Then you won’t have the hassle of trying to shave them while you are away.

It can also be a not often an inconvenience if ‘Aunt Flow’ comes to visit while you are on your trip. If you don’t fancy having to deal with this in an unfamiliar place, then you will need to take some medication to prevent this from happening. Medicines like utovlan can be used to delay your period for up to 17 days so you can have a hassle-free holiday. You don’t even need a prescription to get some.

Travelling alone

It is very common for female travellers to go solo these days, but safety can still be a concern. But you shouldn’t let this stop you from fulfilling your dreams or seeing the places on your bucket list. If you are concerned about your safety, there are a few tips and tricks that you can do.

Firstly if you are worried about being hassled by strange men, wear a fake wedding ring. You can even have a fake picture of your husband in your wallet to get rid of unwanted admirers. If they persist, despite showing them this, then make your way to the nearest hotel desk and make the receptionist aware that they are hassling you. You can either wait there until they give up, get the concierge to call the police or to order a cab so you can use go straight to your accommodation.


Another great tip is to try not to look too much like a tourist. This may be hard if you are in small rural place. But can be a lot easier if you are in a big city, which a wide range of people.

Instead of carrying your trusty guide book with you everywhere, use apps on your phone like Google maps. Remember you can plug in your earphones, and your directions will interrupt any music that you are playing as and when you need them. To others is just looks like you are listening to your tunes, and you know where you’re going!

Making Friends

Who doesn’t love to come back from a trip without making a friend or two on holiday? It is always nice to meet someone new? But there are a few things you need to consider as a solo female traveler when making new friends.

The first is that once you join a group, it’s really easy to just go along with what they group wants. That is fine as long as they are seeing the sights that you want to and doing the stuff that is on your list. But if not you might want to think twice about being a member of the group.

Remember it would be a real shame to have come all that way to see certain things to end up looking around places that you are not that bothered about. Just to keep the group happy. Of course, sometimes it can work in your favour. As they know about a hidden treasure, you would have never of thought to look at yourself, which can turn out to be the highlight of your trip!


You also need to be aware of the safety factor of meeting random people abroad or even using travelling meet up sites. There is no need to be paranoid, and most people are who they say they are and have honourable intentions. But there is that small percentage that aren’t, and you need to put a system in place to ensure that you are safe.

If you are meeting up with someone, you don’t know well, let someone at home know where you are going and who with. Send a picture of them if possible, so make sure you have data roaming. Also, let them know what time you will be home and that you will contact them when you get in. Then they will know to raise the alarm if they have not heard from you at the specific time.

The perfect combination between sports and travel


Do you like playing sports, especially football? Do you like meeting new people and seeing new places? Well, now you can travel and play your favorite sport as well. This is possible with the help of sport tours, which means that you will travel in the country and abroad, and enjoy football competitions. Not as a spectator, of course, but as a player. If you have a young enthusiastic football player in the family, he will simply love such an opportunity. This way, school football tours will be more exciting and will be organized in the best possible conditions. Your little sportsperson will simply love the idea of participating at a football camp, where he can travel, play, practice, and have fun.

As a parent, you probably wonder why you should opt for such a football tour. First of all, encouraging the practice of sports is the best way to keep our children healthy. Who knows, maybe your boy will even end up making a career out of it. But, with the right travel agency, which is experienced in organizing such travel camps, you have nothing to worry about. The best arrangement and most modern facilities will be a part of these sport camps, for the safety and comfort of your young football player. Every child will have the opportunity to travel in his home country, or even abroad, to play football, have the best training sessions, and enjoy real football tournaments. He will feel like a genuine professional football player, seeing new places and meeting new people all the time.

Playing a sport like football can be incredible for the development of a child, both from a physical and mental point of view. When the child does it with passion as well, the feeling of accomplishment is even higher. Being a part of a team means to learn incredible social skills, communication skills, how to work as a team, and how to collaborate with the other team members. Also, practicing a sport means to be organized, disciplined, and respectful, all these skills being extremely useful in his adult life as well. So even if he will not turn out to become a successful football player, these football tours will help your child in a great manner, teaching him how to be successful as an adult, regardless what he will do in his life. You should allow your child to enjoy professionally organized school football tours, for the sake of doing physical movement and for the fun of playing his favorite sport. The young one will thank you for making such a choice, after he will return from his amazing football trip.

Tenerife – the perfect getaway


Is your summer vacation coming soon and you have no idea where to go yet? Well, there is one suggestion that will stir your interest. If you haven’t visited Tenerife yet, perhaps you should do it this summer, as you will not feel sorry for making such a decision. This gorgeous destination is found in the Canary Islands, being an exotic place where the sun is at home, where palm trees decorate the surroundings, and where blue waters and waves are welcoming you murmuring easily. It is exactly what you need to relax, unwind, and enjoy the sun just enough to allow your skin to soak in some Vitamin D.

What can you do in Tenerife? First of all, you will love checking out the beaches on the island, because you will love sitting in the sun, relaxing, and swimming. The beaches in Tenerife offer stunning views in the back, with unique vegetation entwined with the image of the city, and bright blue waters in the front. In case you get enough of relaxing in the sun, you can always opt for a variety of water sports, for some excitement.


You can also lounge on board of a sailboat, looking at the dolphins that will dancer around you in the water and, if you are lucky, you may even see some pilot whales. Such experiences will definitely offer you unforgettable memories. And, if you love snorkelling or plan on trying it, you can easily do it in Tenerife, the crystal clear waters and rich marine ecosystem providing the best backgrounds for such an activity.

The city will also offer you a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, swimming pools and lounge areas, so it is less likely to get bored here. But, most certainly you won’t end up spending too much time in the city, being called back by the serenity and tranquillity you find near the shoreline, on the beach, away from the town’s centre.

Are you wondering where to stay in Tenerife? Well, the area is filled with hotels, but probably you would enjoy more a chic and private villa in Tenerife. To find villas with the best prices and offers in the area, just check out Clickstay and find one that suits your preferences best. On this site, you will find accommodation that will have all the comfort you need, plus it will allow you to pick something that will fit your budget as well. So, having all these ingredients, you will definitely have an unforgettable vacation in Tenerife, just the way you wished it to be. Make the most of the dreamy Canary island whilst you have the chance!

London Hen-Party Night


Did one of your girl friends announced the coming of a hen-party? Better yet, did she asked you to help her out with its organization? Well, then you know that a party to remember should be held in London. Here, you will have everything you need, from clubs to restaurants, anything you may want to do is available in London. You and your friends are outside of London? You shouldn’t worry, because you can find accommodation, according to budget and preferences, by simply visiting Travelstay. So don’t miss the opportunity to have an unforgettable hen-party, because now you know what to do for all of your friends involved.

Now that you have the accommodation covered, you will need to find a suitable location for the party. All the best venues have online sites and contacts, so it will be very easy to look at their offer or even give them a call to make the arrangements and discuss details, like booking a date. Of course, when considering the location, menu, drinks, prices, do have a general meeting before anything is settled.

This is a group party, so everybody’s opinion should be listened, if you want the party to be successful. After all, you are all friends, and you wouldn’t like to break this beautiful friendship relationship.

It is up to you, and the rest of the girl friends involved if the “hen” will be a part of organizing the party or it is going to be a total surprise. Still, either way, try not to do something that will embarrass the future bride. Since you are her friends, most certainly you will know what she enjoys and what she disapproves. You can do something out of the ordinary, but without making her live unwanted moments. It is her party, so it should be done according to her style as much as possible.

You can make it a themed party, or anything you will all enjoy, because the point of this party is quality time spent together with your best friends, before getting married. So that doesn’t mean you will just grab dinner and have some wine. It should be something fun, just like in the days you were young and restless, but without something too compromising.


The best honeymoon destinations


The honeymoon is the best way to celebrate your new married status and enjoy some peace and relaxation, after the stress produced by organizing the perfect wedding. But, it is true that weddings don’t come cheap, so you probably don’t have left that much money to go on your dream honeymoon. You probably would like somewhere far away, on an exotic island, sipping cocktails and being shaded by a palm tree. Well, you deserve to go there and make your dream come true because only once in your lifetime you can enjoy a honeymoon. For this, you can access holiday loans offered for such purposes, so your dream honeymoon can become a reality. Now that we covered the financial issue let’s see what the best honeymoon destinations are.

The first choice in the list is Camino Real, Acapulco, for the incredible weather, warm throughout the year, perfect for snorkeling and swimming. John and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon here back in the days, but the destination is as famous today for honeymoons as it was back then. Even if the views are stunning and beach nearby, Acapulco is an affordable destination, in comparison with others. Restaurants are available for exquisite dining and clubs for having fun after night falls. If you want to have breathtaking views during your honeymoon, visit Fairmont Chateau, at Lake Louise, Canada. The destination is perfect if you enjoy spending time up in the mountains and practicing winter sports. Lake Louise is fed by a glacier, so the temperatures here are chillier. But, the hotels has a spa for pampering, romantic sleigh rides into the nearby forests, and a setting you will never forget. Not to mention that you get to cuddle up near a fireplace in the evening.


Do you want something more exotic? Then try Amankila, in Indonesia. The place is translated as being the “peaceful hill”, and it is, so it is perfect if you want to relax and enjoy your time. For an ultimate honeymoon experience, it is recommended to book the deluxe pool suite, if you wish to have a pool just for yourself and your lover. Besides this, you will love the culture and multiple temples of the area. If you want a luxurious and wild honeymoon at the same time, visit the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa. All the bungalows are constructed on the water, so you will be able to see fishes swim under the glass panels of the bungalow’s floor. The views are simply stunning, activities charming and you get the chance to spoil yourself at the spa.

10 Things Travellers Must do to Stay Safe

Staying safe as a traveller is a must. Although there’s so much fun to be had when travelling, it’s important you stay safe. You do want to be spontaneous and try new things, but you don’t want to be careless. Here are 10 things travellers must do to stay safe:

Stay in Touch With Friends/Family

Make sure you stay in touch with your friends and family if possible. You should call, send texts, or Skype with them so they know that you’re OK. If you plan on doing something particularly adventurous, it might be wise to text them to let them know. This is especially important if you’re doing it alone.

Leave a Note in Hotel Rooms

You’re always going to make friends when travelling, but you can’t always trust people you’ve just met. This is why it’s important you leave a note in your hotel room to let people know where you’ve gone and when you should be expected back. If anything should happen, it’s likely somebody will raise the alarm.

Keep Money and Documents Safe

You’re going to have lots of money and documents on you when travelling, so you need to make sure you keep them safe. Wear a money belt, and make sure you keep money in different places, just incase. Don’t flash your money around wherever you go. Make sure you have copies of your important documents too.

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Write Down Emergency Numbers

Write down emergency numbers in the area, just incase anything should happen to your mobile phone. Keep these numbers safe with your documents. It might even be wise to keep some emergency money with them, in case you need to use a phone box or buy a card. People back home should have emergency numbers too.

Get Insurance

Insurance is essential, especially if you plan on doing adventurous things while you travel. You’ll need to be sure the level of insurance you get suits the things you plan on doing.

Apply for an EHIC

Apply for an EHIC to make sure you get the same treatment as a local in the area you’re travelling. You can see Ukehic to learn more about this card. Bear in mind that it only works in certain countries.

Research Safety Precautions to Take in the Area

There are going to be different safety precautions you should take depending on the area, so make sure you do your research.

Be on Your Guard

Be on your guard for scams and people who might not be genuine. Be open to making friends, but if something feels wrong, it probably is.

Have a Story in Your Head

Sometimes, it can help to have a story in your head for when locals ask questions. This is true especially for lone female travellers. You may be asked where your husband is. It’s always safer to make up a fake husband and somewhere he may be, rather than revealing you are alone.

Don’t Drink too Much

You must keep your wits about you when travelling, so don’t drink too much. Know when enough is enough!

Stay safe and you’ll have the best time.

60 funny facts about Romania. Dracula’s country through the eyes of a brazilian

Fernando Castilho Cintra is one of the many tourists who found Romania interesting enough to visit it and to have a great time here. However, this tourist was really special. Beside the fact that he took interest in Romanian culture and people, he wrote a really interesting review, of his time in Romania, on Facebook. His 60 funny facts about Romania have quickly become viral. So, for the sake of sharing his experience in Romania with you guys, here is what he wrote:

”Exactly 1 month ago I was arriving in Brazil. So here it goes: 60 things I learned by living in Romania!

PS: Pay attention to what down here is a joke and what is not.

Check it out!

1 – Dracula is a vampire outside Romania.

2 – The same dude, Vlad Tepes, is a national hero.


3 – While vampires drink blood, the real red thing I loved to drink was Visinata.


4 – Another devilish drink is Tuica, Hungarians call it palinka, but it is the same thing.

5 – Most moldavians, muntenians and others have no idea what happens with Hungarians in Ardeal

6 – Romanians smoke an absurd amount of cigarettes. They smoke inside their houses, restaurants, and even shopping malls.

7 – Romanians always take of their shoes when entering home
8 – I believe Romanians prefer to keep their floor clean rather than their lungs.

9 – Travelling in Romania is one of the best memories I have. Rivers, canyons, hills, mountains… They have it all



10 – While travelling in Romania you will go through Romanian roads. They are in good condition, but they have an absurd amount of curves.


11 – Also when travelling in Romania, you might want to pee. But worry not; there are so many houses by the side of the roads that it’s easier to end up in a bathroom than behind some bushes.

12 – Maramures is a happy place. Happy people, happy costumes, happy colours, even happy cemetery


13 – The only thing that isn’t happy in Maramures are shepherd dogs. They are not happy. They don’t like you. Run.

14 – In fact, unless you are inside a city, whenever you see a dog in Romania, run.

15 – Another tactic is to always carry mici with you. As I’m vegetarian, I wouldn’t mind giving mici to dogs.


16 – As a matter of fact, as a vegetarian in Romanian I can definitely say: Romanians love meat

17 – Sarmale, tocanita, slanina, carnati… you have it all, meat eaters.


18 – Romanians have soup every single day of their lives.

19 – Taxis in Romania are ridiculously cheap. In Bucharest they can cost as low as 1,29 per km.

20 – Another extremely easy way to go around is Hitch-hiking. Romanians do it, and give it in return.

21 – Romanians also expect you to pay for giving you a ride. You can, of course say “nu am bani” before hopping in, but you can get a frustrated driver to shout “INCHIDE USA” at your sorry moneyless face. (true story)

22 – My favourite mean of transportation though was by inter-regio train. They are cheap, comfortable, on time and often not crowded.

23 – However, you can end up inside a 12 hours train trip from Suceava to Mures back from New Year’s holiday. Then you will know what “crowded” really means. (true story)

24 – Romanians love skiing.

25 – Skiing in Romania is absurdly cheap.


26 – It took me 3 full days to be taught how to ski. Skiing is not for Brazilians or tropical countries inhabitants.

27 – Once you learn, though, you will love it and open another door to my favourite part of Romania: Mountains


28 – Romania has the most beautiful scenarios I’ve seen so far in my life. All of them from mountain tops.

29 – Romanian mountains have incredibly well signed paths for hikers, cabanas for travellers to stay overnight and places for the more audacious to camp.

30 – By now you should have guessed that doing such a trip will be absurdly cheap.

31 – Interesting though is that many Romanians have never been to such mountains.

32 – Even more interesting is that Romanians will often overestimate some rather average places (e.g. Mamaia or Bucovina Monasteries) and underestimate awesome places (e.g. Bucharest).

33 – Bucharest is a great city. Sure it has no such architecture as Budapest, Krakow or other eastern European cities, but it has the museums, parks and nightlife that few others have


34 – People say there are many stray dogs in Bucharest.

35 – I had more dogs chasing me in any given day by bike that I had during a week in Bucharest.

36 – Truly, I didn’t see stray dogs in Bucharest.

37 – Romanian language is beautiful. It sounds beautiful and is achievable for Brazilians to learn

38 – “Cu carne de vaca nu se moare de foame”…. And my Google chrome translator thought I was writing in Portuguese.

39 – However, the most obscure part or Romanian language is Dativ.


41 – You can say “mi-e foame” “mi-e sete” “mi-e somn”….. but you can’t say “mi-e oboseala”.


43 – Romanians talk with their shoulders. Observe it! When someone says “pai, nu stiu…”.

44 – Follow the same exercise mentioned above and observe their mouths and the chin.

45 – Hungarians won’t admit, but they have THE Romanian accent. The way of saying “nu stiu” is the same of saying “nem tudom”

46 – My preferred way of practising Romanian is with drivers that have me a ride by the road.

47 – They would often say what the hell am I doing in such a country if am Brazilian.

48 – These drivers didn’t know that Romanian healthcare system is great, it has a lower murder rate than Norway and is the fastest growing economy from eastern European countries.

49 – Generally Romanians complain about Romania. They will find a way to complain about it. Politics, economy, society…

50 – They are wrong.

51 – I learned what 4 seasons mean: Hot summers, cool autumns, cold winters and fresh springs.

52 – Romania has all the 4 seasons with two huge advantages from northern countries: In winters they have sun. In summer it’s not cloudy.

53 – Romania has a nice wildlife: Dears can be seen frequently, black goats can be seen on occasion (been there done that), bears and wolves are invisible
54 – The closest we’ve been to a bear was its footprints

55 – Romanians are Latin in language, but not as Latin in blood.

56 – When you enter an office, you have to shake hands with the men but you just wave to the women.

57 – Romanians expected that me as a Brazilian would play football really well… Terrible mistake

58 – For months after the world cup I would hear “so, do you like Germany” from people. Go to hell…

59 – Most Romanians at their 18’s have two dreams in mind: 1 – Moving to the UK. 2- Moving to any other country that isn’t Romania.

60 – While Romanians dream to leave, I dream once I will come back.”










Family Day Out Ideas for the Kids

Now that the summer holidays have arrived, every parent is on the lookout for ways to keep the kids occupied. While us mums love having our little ones home with us, it can be a bit of a struggle keeping them entertained for six weeks.

However, that being said, it is possible, it just takes a bit of creative thinking that’s all. As well as having days at home baking, getting crafty and watching movies, it’s important that you also plan a few fun days out.


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In case you are feeling a little stuck for inspiration when it comes to planning days out that the kids will love, I thought I would share a few ideas with you. For all my favourite day out ideas, keep reading, below:

Take a trip to the beach

Kids love the beach, so if the sun is shining, why not pack up the car and head to the beach? Beaches are great fun and have so much to do that the kids will never be bored. From building sand castles and swimming in the sea to having donkey rides and watching Punch and Judy, there’s always lots to do.

One of the best things about taking a trip to the beach is that it isn’t an expensive day out. All you need to pay for is the fuel to get there, the parking, and your picnic food, and that’s it. So, even if money is tight, a trip to the beach is the perfect family day out.

Visit a theme park

For us mums, theme parks may not be the most exciting of places. However, kids absolutely love going to theme parks, so they are the perfect place for a family day out.

The best thing about taking the kids for a day trip to a theme park is that there are so many to choose from. From Thorpe Park and Alton Towers to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Drayton Manor, there are lots of options. So, however old your children are, there will be a theme park that is perfect for them.

Go for a bike ride and picnic

Around the UK, there are various off-road cycle paths that are ideal for a family bike ride. So, if the weather is warm, pack up a picnic basket and head out for a family day of cycling.

Just make sure to map your route in advance to ensure that you have chosen a route that is completely off the roads, so it is safe for your little ones. To find the best local cycling routes for families in your area, have a look online and do some research.

Spend the day at a water park

Many of the UK’s water parks are only open seasonally, so make sure to make the most of them by planning a day out to your closest park. If your kids are young, it’s best to opt for a park that has heated water so that they don’t get chilly while splashing about.

Most water parks have various slides and play areas, including areas for teens and adults, children, and babies and toddlers. So no matter how old your children are, the whole family should have a great time.

Keeping the kids occupied during the summer holidays isn’t always easy. However, by planning a few fun days out, you can make it much easier for yourself.

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