Days Out: Eden Project, Cornwall [AD – Press Trip]

It was over ten years ago when Sharon and I first visited the Eden Project. We had just started dating and it was also our first proper holiday together. Embarrassingly, it didn’t start off too well due to the fact that I was completely unaware how bad Sharon suffered with Hayfever. She’s much better now, but at the time it probably wasn’t the best suggestion to take someone with Hayfever and mild Asthma to a place with tropical, hilly climates and thousands of plants(!).

That being said, despite the situation at hand, we still had a wonderful time, because the Eden Project is just that kind of place. It’s an awe inspiring mecca of sustainable living where you leave feeling incredibly motivated and empowered. A real Cornish gem.

If you haven’t been to the Eden Project, or would like to know more, let me explain what it’s about.

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Days Out: Gringotts Bank at Warner Bros. Studio Tour, London (Review) [AD – Press Trip]

This week we were invited to the opening of the new 2019 feature at Warner Bros. Studios in London – Gringotts Wizarding Bank – the studio’s biggest expansion to date!

Opening on 6th April 2019, it primarily celebrates the last two Harry Potter movies – the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 where the bank and vaults are featured the most – as well as featuring lots of favourite props from The Philosopher’s Stone, such as vault 687.

I’ve now lost count as to how many times we’ve visited the studios, but it really doesn’t matter as there’s always something new to see. There’s also something incredibly special about revisiting where magic was literally made.

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8 Reasons (of many!) Why You NEED To Go To Camp Bestival. [AD – Press Trip]

Last week, Camp Bestival announced the theme for their 2018 festival: Camp Bestival Sets Sail.

Last year we had so much fun. It was our first EVER festival and T’s first time camping, and despite the hit and miss weather we vowed to return every year.

Based in Dorset, it’s only 3-4 hours away from us with one toilet stop; meaning we were able to get there before the gates opened and have the tent built before lunchtime!

If you’ve never been to Camp Bestival (or camping for that matter) Camp Bestival is a brilliant place to start for the family. There’s a reason why it’s recently been voted the best family festival by Family Traveller!

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