Nation Geographic Mini Dig Kits Review

We're into our penultimate month as Bandai STEM Ambassadors now and today it's time to show off our 5th package from them. You can look back to our Bandai STEM kits reviews if want to see our past posts about this range and everything we have done with them. 

This month Bandai have sent us some more of their STEM educational kits for review, this time being the Mini Dig Kits, which I must say, were a favourite for T to get stuck in to. I mean, anything that creates mess, dust and lets you dig, dig, dig, gets a thumbs up from him.

A Northerner’s Guide to Surviving London

Planning a holiday to the capital? London is a fantastic city for a vacation as there is an incredible amount to see and do and it is somewhere with a unique atmosphere not quite like anywhere else in the world. It can be a bit of a shock to the system for Northerners as it is quite different even to the major cities found in the north. Here is a guide to surfing London and making the most out of your trip.


Taxis: where’s cheap and where’s not

When it comes to getting places many of us drive wherever it is we need to be. However, for millions of people out there, this isn’t an option, mostly because they don’t have a license.

Because of this, most people opt for public transport, but sometimes this just isn’t an option, meaning the only way to commute is via a taxi.


Top Camping Spots In The UK

If camping is your thing …

It’s not for everyone, but camping is a great way to holiday on a budget. Did you know the UK plays host to more than 3,000 camp sites? That’s a lot to choose from! 

Take a look at the following choices from Flogas Gaslight, who stock gas cylinders for camping – to whittle down your options:


Tips For Packing Hand Luggage For An Adult Only Holiday

With three children continually vying for my attention, the idea of getting away from it all and going on a adult only holiday is very appealing. The idea of packing for this though can be overwhelming. There's a lot to consider, the weather, for starters. As a country can be so varying in weather, the weather may change during the trip, so you’ll need to take this into consideration.

Then there's the adult only hotels dress code as some have more rules with it being for adults only. Will you need to dress casual, smart casual and formal? I mean, at this point I'm thinking of dumping the entire contents of my wardrobe into a suitcase. But with the prices of adding some hold luggage to your holiday, I try to stick to using hand luggage only, which means having to be savvy with the packing.

I've come up with a few ways to pack light, whilst having enough options for the holiday ahead.