Turns out a holiday at the Mark Warner San Lucianu resort is full of so many activities and positives it takes over 4,000 words to do it justice. As a realistic blogger I am aware that few readers are prepared to digest that long a blog post in one go, so I split my post into two parts. If you haven’t read the first half yet, you can find it here: A Mark Warner holiday, review of the San Lucianu resort, Corsica (part 1).
I have a lot to say in my Mark Warner holiday review, so for ease of publication I split it into two parts. Please read the second part here: Mark Warner holiday review of the San Lucianu resort, Corsica (part 2)
“And now we have an award for a young man who introduced himself to everyone as being a bit shy, which I think we all know is not the case, so for [The Boy], the “shyest” kid on resort!”
The brats and I went down to stay with the Mater for a few days recently to give The Man time to do useful and uplifting things like install lighting in the garage and painting all his Warhammer miniatures (don’t say anything!). Just before we left I scrawled a little ditty for him on the whiteboard in the kitchen, and thought perhaps you might enjoy reading it. I call it ‘Absence, a poem’…
Well, the February half-term is here and the weather is looking even more unhelpful than usual, so we’ve rounded up a few things to do in Oxford with the kids. As ever, if you know of something happening that we’ve missed then please add it for free here:
Tennis Camp for 3-8 year olds, 17th – 21st Feb
Do you have particularly energetic sprogs? We know a few like that too! This sounds just the ticket.