Days Out: The Brighton Explorer Pass (Review) [AD – Press Trip]
Last week, as part of the half term “festivities”, we were invited to try out the new Brighton ‘Explorer Pass’, which allows you to visit (and combine) some of your favourite, all weather, Brighton attractions; The Sealife Centre, the i360, and the Royal Pavilion, for up to a fraction of the original cost. Previously known as
This is a collaborative post with Southern Railway T’s obsession with trains will sometimes mean that when we go out for the day we will often think whether we can get there by train instead of car. Although there’s more comfort in travelling by car, traffic jams and having to suddenly find somewhere for a
This week, as part of our Brighton Sealife Centre Ambassadorship, we were invited to a new event at the centre; Underwater Superheroes, which is a new interactive trail about the physical powers of five ‘SUPER’ underwater heroes, with challenges throughout the trail to become the sixth superhero! Running until the 17th March, guests are invited
Last weekend, we were invited to Lee Valley Park Farm in Essex to kick off the new season and take part in a new event at the farm; conservation week. We’d never visited Lee Valley Park Farm before, but we’re a sucker for a farm, and seeing as we had a rare Saturday off together
Last weekend, we decided to take T to see Father Christmas for the first time. We’ve never thought about doing it before as not only was/is T not keen on people in costumes, but Santa’s Grottos can be very expensive and, if I’m honest, a baby/toddler is probably not going to really appreciate the sentiment.
It’s not often that I welcome early Christmas celebrations. For me, Christmas starts in December give or take a few early Christmas purchases because the items were on sale! The thought of putting my tree up anytime before December sends icicles down my spine. I just don’t want to be bored of Christmas before it’s begun!