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Free Range Explorers

Going fossil crazy in Lyme Regis

from Free Range Explorers

Twitter: @RangeExplorers

Travelling and learning with children. Travel reviews, alternative education, culture on the go.

I love SW coast

100 Days later: Lessons from this winter's storms

from I love SW coast

Twitter: @iloveswcoast

Discovering the South West coast on foot, from people and places to festivals and events, outdoor activities, food, culture and simply stunning views.


Sugarless Banana Mango Yogurt Smoothie Recipe

from Traveler's Journey

Twitter: @MediNazarLucas

I just started a food blog in my website. But I would like to include other topics like financial literacy once in a while.



from A Quick Succession of Busy Nothings

This blog is written by an American living in England. She followed her husband across the pond to Oxfordshire and took their busy toddler too.

muslimah directions

You are invited

from Muslimah Directions

What do we want out of life? Where do we want to go? What path have we chosen? Sometimes in life walking straight down the road can be easier said then done. There will be obstacles and tests and...


The Puppet Barge and Camden Lock Market – London with Children

from London with Children

Twitter: @Ilovelondon

London's landmarks and secret corners you and your children will love. Blogging with info to enable the whole family to enjoy the London experience equally.


Come and visit the new TRIPFICTION site (click on the links below to find out...

from Trip Fiction

Twitter: @tripfiction

Experience your chosen destination through works of fiction, where locations come to life through the eyes of an author

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Road trip through central Greece for those adventurous travellers!

from Noor Mahmud

About interesting places in Athens and recipes for pregnant women inspired from research and creativity!


I will never forget these words.

from ginaargentina

A New Zealander moves countries, from New Zealand to Argentina, to build a house in the mountains of Patagonia.


Hopefully exciting developments

from Familylinguo

A blog on raising a multilingual and multicultural family in London