Over @ HolidayPirates I found an amazing deal for cheap return flights to Florida, flying from East Midlands, Birmingham and even Manchester!
flying from Manchester on 2nd September – 16th September 2014 for £258.98, so you will get a very nice 14 days over in the sunny state. There are also 10 and 11 Night trips available if you can travel tomorrow at just £268.98 return and various other cheap options for a little later on in September too.
Get it while it’s hot – http://www.holidaypirates.com/flights/cheap-flights-to-florida-this-summer-from-just-gbp-26898-return
Although not exactly planned (at least not so soon), we are expecting sunshine number 2 at the end of January. We don’t know if it is going to be a boy or a girl yet , but we plan to find out at our next scan!
Just like we did before Arya was born, we are planning to go on a babymoon (with Arya in tow) before the next one arrives. Planning a trip to Orlando seemed like a great idea at first, but once booked I realised that I’ll be 30 weeks along and have a (then) 22 month old toddler to look after. This means, not only will I miss out on most of the thrill rides I was looking forward to but I will also be pretty much caring for her on my own. I don’t see Jon missing out too – after all he does have my brother as company!
I absolutely love the 1920’s through to the 1950’s of American Culture. Sometimes wishing I could travel back in time just so I could experience it.
I love the 1920’s for it’s elegance and craziness. The 1920’s, also know as the “Roaring twenties” or “jazz age”, was a period of sustained economic prosperity. After the recovery from wartime devastation, there was a boom in construction and mass production, and society acculturated into consumerism. Jazz music blossomed, the flapper redefined modern womanhood, and Art Deco peaked. Continue reading