Hull Science Festival

Hull Science Festival Last weekend, my science-mad son, Noah, and I visited Hull Science Festival at the University of Hull. Following on from the success of the British Science Festival, held during the week, Hull Science Festival aimed to get youngsters involved in learning about how and why things work. When we found out about…

Photo Souvenirs from Family Travel Snaps

Disclaimer: this is a paid collaboration. All opinions and the ideas are my own! 🙂  While I am a minimalist traveler, my son is a curator of toys and novelty items that leave the suitcase bulging. I love the idea of going away with a compact waterproof camera, returning only with the photos I capture….

First child-free break at Forest Holidays

In this post, I review Forest Holidays Sherwood Forest and discuss my feelings about going away for the first time without Noah.  Life is changing a little in our household. After five years entirely single, I’ve finally met someone who enriches our lives, who is supportive and loving. His name is Dom and we have…

Single Parent Travel Roundup: Autumn Edition

Welcome to our first ever roundup of Single Parent Travel blog posts! Autumn Edition! SUMMER This Summer has breezed by for us. The six weeks holidays didn’t seem to last half as long as I expected but, like every holiday, I’d neglected how expensive it gets, so this was a bit of a challenge for…

Freedom Festival: 10 Family-Friendly Reasons to Visit

This weekend, we had a day free to explore Hull’s Freedom Festival. We crammed as much as we could into one day, although we recommend if you decide to visit to stay a few days so you can enjoy everything the festival has to offer. Hull is one of the most affordable cities and there…