Despite owning every princess thing going thanks to his older sister…our 3yr old Son is in LOVE with everything dinosaur. He has a dinosaur beach towel and every time we lay it out we have to name each dinosaur. If we make a mistake, he corrects us. So when we were visiting friends near Worcester […]Read More Unschool Learning, Worcester Museum, Neolithic History & The Dinosaur Footprint.
A riverbed community of amazing people living in vans and old buses, a doula school, wild children, a heart shaped swimming pool, music, pony rides, crafting, dance and the most spectacular home cooked vegetarian food all packed into one beautiful weekend of freedom, fun and sunshine in Órgiva, Spain. We have already decided we are […]Read More Kids Fest 2019, Órgiva, Andulucia.
We have spent a lot of time this Winter being spoilt by what some of the breath taking wilder beaches around the Algarve have to offer, so these days it has to be a pretty special beach to grab our attention. However as spring is breaking and the warmth in the sun returns, the time […]Read More Praia Costa Nova, Aveiro. Portugal.
The Galleon Park, Vitoria-Gasteiz is the best play park we have come across yet on our travels… Mainly because we are all huge pirate fans and really appreciate the work they do. But also because well… who’s ever heard of a 33 metre pirate Galleon being built in a park of 3000 Square metres in […]Read More The Galleon Parc, Vitoria-Gasteiz. Basque Country.
Our family home school adventure has currently got us parked up in the campervan in Normandy, France. We have been lucky enough to be shown the sights by our friend Carl, who is a wealth of local knowledge and history. Carl invited us for a fun day with the ponies at his friend’s riding school, […]Read More Unschool Learning; Ponies, Dragons & Fairy Tales in Bagnoles-de-l’Orne, North France.
Our unschool family adventure in Normandy, began with hunting tanks. We figured as difficult as the concept of war is to talk about with young children we could not visit Normandy without taking the opportunity to learn about it. We visited the memorial de montormel museum, near Chambois. Showing the children the tanks, photos and […]Read More Unschool Learning, Tank Hunting & The Second World War in Normandy.
Our little ones love playing with their small world toys for hours on end in the van. Our son’s favourite combo at the moment is this old red bus gifted to him by a friend he met on the road in Portugal and his PJ Masks crew… So when we discovered these real life amazing […]Read More Unschool Learning, Old Bus Tour & History Lesson
Climbing is a great way of building strength, flexibility and fitness. A recent study by Jiri Balas, at the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic has shown that climbing may just be one of the top work outs you can do. Both climbing and bouldering involve “nearly the whole body’s musculature,” says Jiří Baláš. While […]Read More Unschool Learning, Climbing.
Monolithi Beach 11km from the City of Preveza, Greece, is the largest stretch of coast in the European Union. 25km of soft sand and crystal clear blue waters of the Ionian Sea it is easy for everyone to find a place that suits them. Monolithi is special because of the surrounding no build archeological zone […]Read More Monolithi Beach, Preveza, Greece.
The healing properties of water have long been recognised by humans since ancient times. During the Iron age in England the waters edge was a magical place, rituals would take place and offerings left at the magical veil between the two worlds of earth and water. Its not hard to see why, water is life. […]Read More Why Wild Swimming is the Best Exercise Ever.