|Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza. 2009|
Tossa De Mar, Girona, Spain. 2007.
* Baker! He is the main reason family holidays abroad are a thing of the past now. When I went to Disneyland for my birthday with my Mam, Jake had to take the week off work to stay home with him and I missed him so much! It's the longest I've ever been apart from him.
We are looking forward to hopefully going away on Bakers first proper holiday to Kielder this summer.
Please. Thank you.
Chips/Beer/Water/Ice Cream ...please.
And I can count up to 20.
I'd love to be fluent in a language but just don't have the patience with myself to learn now.
Disneyland Paris, France. 1996, 2010, 2014.
Surreal in a bad way - our last trip. Disneyland Paris with my Mam last year was of course brilliant, minus the situation we got into on the way home. The two previous times I've been to Paris I haven't flown and Charles De Gaule is sooo daunting. Well as we got to the machine to check in, it spat out a slip telling us to proceed to the desk...cue worried faces. We got to the desk and stood in silent anticipation for at least 20minutes until the lady told us our flight (that we had been booked onto for 9 months) was apparently over booked. My Dad is usually the 'main one' when we'd go anywhere and so it fell upon me to sort everything out. All we could do was go sit at our gate and wait.
We sat in floods of tears while a group of around 10 business men completed the flight and we knew that their 'important' booking must of bumped us off of our flight home. Stuck in a foreign country, inside a humongous crazy airport, we had to put up with a disgracefully terrible member of staff and not know what to do next.
Thankfully someone helped us find the Air France desk and they were so fantastic and apologetic about the cow who'd been awful at the gate. They got us booked into a hotel, gave us little over night bags with everything we'd need as our cases had been checked and of course compensation.