Family Swimwear Essentials

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We are full on water babies here at Project: Wanderlust HQ – show us somewhere to swim and we’ll be the first ones jumping straight in. We have a long list of things we love to take to the beach or pool with us, however when packing light this family swimwear essentials list comes in handy! […]

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A Family Weekend In Harwich – The Pier Hotel

A Family Weekend In Harwich

When you think of seaside towns, especially those in the South East of England, it’s far too easy for those thoughts to be overtaken with the unfair stereotypes so often attached to previously thriving seaside towns. A Family Weekend In Harwich We are often found enjoying a family weekend in Harwich. Being less than an hours drive from home, and with […]

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5 Things NOT To Pack When Travelling With Kids

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As parents, packing for a family holiday can be a daunting task. For us it involves days of planning, lots of lists and a mammoth packing session to get it all over and done with in one go.  After 7 years of parenting we have honed our family travel hacks and now have a fail safe […]

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Family Fun With Royal Caribbean

Family Fun With Royal Caribbean

In the weird and wonderful world of travel blogging there are often emails landing in my inbox for events I’m so excited to attend – none more so than when an invite arrives to come aboard the stunning Independence of the Seas for a day of family fun with Royal Caribbean. We have been deliberating for pretty much the past two years about […]

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Camp Bestival Best Bits 2016

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Falling on the first weekend of August (that also just so happens to be Mr L’s birthday weekend) Camp Bestival has become somewhat of an annual family tradition for us here at Project: Wanderlust. After finding Camp Bestival 2015 far too busy and crowded we did question whether or not we would return for 2016. I’m […]

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We Are Home: Memories, Thoughts And Plans

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We’ve been back from America for five days now and I’m just about ready to start processing what an amazing, life changing, month we had. While I still have hundreds of photos to go through and edit before I can even contemplate starting to blog about the trip I really wanted to take a few […]

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My Top 5 Road Trip Tips

Top 5 Road Trip Tips

We are half way through our USA Road Trip now (sob, I never want it to end) and it’s been a whirlwind education into hiring a car and driving abroad. Barring one day in Kos last May I’ve never driven a hire car abroad before this trip. Whenever I’ve driven in Europe it would be in my […]

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June 2016 – State Lines, Time Lines and the Mississippi River

State Lines, Time Lines and the Mississippi River

June has been another busy month for us travel wise – and marked the start of a USA Roadtrip that won’t really see life switch back to normal until August. After returning from my Greek cruise on June 1st (more about all of that very soon) we headed straight off again the next day to France […]

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Visiting Boulogne With Nausicaá

Northern France is somewhere we visit a lot.  With the choice of both ferry or train for transport, many cut price tickets offers around and the fact that we can get there and back in a day spending 12 hours in Boulogne is something we quite often finding ourselves doing during the school holidays (and/or […]

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How To Survive Camping At A Family Festival

How To Survive A Family Festival

Isle of Wight has already been and gone and Glastonbury, Lattitude and Camp Bestival are just around the corner; festival season is well and truly on its way! Opinion is divided when it comes to spending weekends in fields listening to music. Some love it, embracing the sense of freedom and adventure that comes with abandoning real life and […]

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