It’s been another busy couple of weeks, I feel like I say the same every time I write a Monday Escapes post but it truly has been manic with BritMums Live in London last weekend and BlogCamp onboard MSC Preziosa in Southampton on Wednesday.
Good morning and welcome to Monday Escapes. The last fortnight has flown by and we are now well and truly into the work and school routine with the summer holidays already feeling like a distant memory! I’ve been very busy posting reviews of our epic summer in Brittany and the Italian Lakes.
Helloooo and welcome back to Monday Escapes. It feels like an eternity since our last linky. I’ve really missed our lovely travel community and look forward to catching up on what you’ve been up to over the past couple of months. Your Monday Escapes team, Karen, Sarah, Claire and I have some rather exciting news to share with you today…
Good morning and welcome to Monday Escapes, the travel bloggers linky. This will be the last Monday Escapes now until the 4th September, to allow us all to enjoy the summer holidays with our kids. Let’s make it a good one!
Good morning and welcome Monday Escapers! We’ve had a busy few weeks. We recently celebrated our blog two year birthday and in the same week found out that we’ve been shortlisted as finalists in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards. What a way to celebrate! Many thanks to everyone who voted for us. It is very much appreciated.
Wow what an incredibly hot weekend. I hope this weather remains for the rest of the summer! I’ve spent the weekend unpacking and getting through a HUGE pile of laundry from our fabulous week reviewing Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire. Our first time visiting both Bluestone and Pembrokeshire but we will definitely be returning again soon.
It’s difficult to know what words to use to introduce Monday Escapes today after the horrendous events of the last two weeks. To be honest I’ve not felt like blogging or posting on social media recently because it seems so pointless and trivial with the horrific events in Manchester and London. It feels like a bad dream. I just wish it was a dream and not reality.