I just wanted to share with you a few snippets from our half term holiday exploring Rome. This was the first ‘proper’ city break with the children and whilst I knew we’d have a good time, their idea of a holiday is somewhere hot preferably with a beach or pool. Well, this was somewhere hot, with lots of walking and pools they weren’t allowed to jump in. We had two full days and Rome didn’t disappoint.
We stayed in a hotel just around the …
One of my favourite books as a child was The Secret Garden; the story of a hidden garden abandoned and unloved, like the children in the story, all of whom are transformed through the power of kindness and caring for others, as they bring the garden back to life. The book is captivating and magical, rejuvenating and ultimately uplifting. But, there is a real life secret garden that was similarly left to languish and crumble but which was rediscovered in the 1990s and has since been restored to its former glory; The Lost Gardens of Heligan.