Author Archives: Mrs Sting

The love for mountain travelling by Mr Sting.

Why most of our holiday or short break destinations are mountains or places with castle nearby?  Well, I was born in town that is an entrance/gate to absolutely magical Polish mountains – Bieszczady.  My dad apart from his normal day job was a volunteer in mountain rescue.  The way mountain rescue work at that time […]
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How do we travel long road trips with kids. Tips and warnings.

Often when I am talking about our family travels with my friends or colleagues, they listen with smile to start with, and then usually their eyes are becoming wider and wider, and some even ending up their mouth opened very widely. This is usually a reaction to my description of how did we get to […]
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Criccieth Castle /by Mr Sting/

Introduction. How did we start our love for travelling and exploring? It was back in 2015 when we won tickets for Hammerfest VII in Pwllheli, North Wales. Up to that point our holidays where mostly in Poland. As many Polish folks, on immigration, we were going back home to see friends, family, already known places […]
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Visiting Saint Sorlin d’Arves

This was our first trip to France as a family. My personal first trip to French Alps, which I always wanted to visit. But why St Sorlin d’Arves? To be completely honest I have never even heard of this place. Well… when I mentioned to Mr Sting that it would be nice to have proper […]
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Glacier Adventure (by Hurricane)

Getting startedIt really was amazing, everything… “Wake up! We are going!” I didn’t even have time to think. It was six o’clock in the morning and it was time for breakfast, I wasn’t tired but my dad sure was. Ten minutes past, and I was getting ready for something extraordinary, a trip on the glacier. […]
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Glen Coe

During half term, last week of May we have had a fantastic family trip to Scotland. We love nature, mountains, hiking, climbing and generally walking. Scottish Highland has always been one of our favourite destination. This time the main target was to go to the top of the Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland […]
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My Journey, My Learning, My Life.

As an active parent of child with special needs I often attend to a courses, meetings or training organised by different organisations. Last few Fridays I have attended to a course organised by Caroline Tomlinson, CEO My-Life, a charity which helps mainly people with special needs and their families. It is actually very interesting and […]
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Mindful breathing with Hurricane

The title of this post is actually a huge exaggeration! MASSIVE! Try to make our Hurricane to sit still for longer than one minute! Just TRY! You will have all sorts of cheeky faces, gestures and loud noises thrown onto yourself. She will not sit still without doing something. Do not make me wrong! She […]
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8-weeks MBSR course: reflection.

This week is the last week of mine 8-week MBSR course. I have completed it online, with British Mindfulness Institute. This particular Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course is advertised as the one specifically designed for Health and Social Care Professionals. “After all I am an Nurse!”, I thought when I came across it during internet […]
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How to find time for nourishing yourself?

By no means I would call myself an expert in above topic. I want to exercise, I want to meditate, do yoga, read the book/magazine or simply spend a time with my family. But as many, I do struggle to find time for everything I want to do. I work, thankfully not full time, but […]
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