Sunday, 3 November 2013

Project Life 2013: Week 32 & Week 33

After thinking about December Daily it's now back to Project life for a few more weeks....

Weeks 32 & 33 was still about the Summer and Holiday time.

The weather we are having this year is incredible. Its so sunny and warm you just want to spend as much of the time outside as your can.

We had a lovely day out with friends at the Robin Hood Festival in Sherwood Forecast. We enjoyed watching the Billy of Loxley show where the kids laughed and laughed. 
We also watch the birds of pray in the Falconry show and action in the Jousting arena. the kids even got to meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men. The atmosphere was electric and lots of fun. A must for anyone wanting some fun in the summer, and something that I know we will go back and visit again. 

At the end of the week we loaded the car and headed south to Sunny Cornwall for a weeks holiday at a beautiful campsite called Trevornik near Holywell Bay. It was a long day of travelling, but arrived, pitched the tent and relaxed. I've added an insert to show some of the lovely holiday photos.
 Sunday was about chilling on the beach in Cornwall and testing out the campsite pool.

Monday Tom tried out the kids club on the site before we all venturing off for a walk along the coast and some geocaching.
Tuesday we visiting the beautiful Village of St Ives.
Wednesday was a bit chilly so Tom played in the pool and we visited the local NT.

Thursday we didn't have much luck as the cinema and local pool were both full, but we were lucky to find the local beach of Porth instead.
Friday we had fun at the Oasis Fun Pool before heading back to the beach.
Favourite bit's of the Holiday:
Phil - the Coastal Walk and Geocaching.
Tom - Oasis Water Fun Pool
Tracey - the seagull pinching Phil's sandwich on St Ives seafront.
Saturday we headed over to our friend Nigel's house to enjoy a couple of days in London.
Sunday was a full day of walking around London Zoo. It was lovely to see the old heritage parts of the zoo, mixed in the with more modern enclosures.  We were all surprised by the variety of the animals. One of the favourite being the butterfly enclosure where they were flying naturally.

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