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And so we continue our whistle stop tour of Merlin attractions over the Autumn half term. Today we are going to Shrek’s Adventure, on the South Bank in London.
Continuing my half term series on how much fun can one family have with a Merlin Annual Pass in a week. Time to look at the older children, for whom Thorpe Park is the obvious destination in the South …
So, following on from Saturday’s post we are continuing our quest to see how much fun you can have in one half term holiday with a Merlin Annual Pass. Next stop – the London Eye
What does a tall 11 year old wear for Halloween? Morphsuits saved the day for us this year…
We decided to see how much fun we could have with a Merlin Annual Pass this half term. First stop Chessington World of Adventures…
The very nice people from Mobile Fun sent me an Obliq Skyline Advance case for my phone. This is what I made of it.
Footprint Bags are an ingenious product range created by two environmentally-aware young mums, Hanny and Claire. When Hepden Bridge in Yorkshire, near where they lived, decided to become a plastic bag free town this sparked an idea, and 3 years later a fabulous and practical product – the reusable shopping bag pack.
I still get excited at the anticipation that comes with expecting a parcel – especially a product for review. However, this time when the postman knocked with my parcel – a sleek and shiny black jiffy envelope – even my husband was intrigued. Inside the lovely packaging continued – wrapped in black tissue was my new 4 bag Footprint Bags pack.
I received an Epson ET 4550 Eco-Tank printer to review.
I run a small business from home and also have two secondary age children. They both have lots of project work and things they want to print – we also regularly print out photos for sending to relatives, and I enjoy papercrafts and cardmaking and quite often print out fully coloured A4 sheets, and full sized photo images. So I need a workhorse of a printer.
I am really excited to announce the Merlin Annual Pass January Sale is on again in 2016.
This is a very welcome event in our household – we live less than 2 miles away from Thorpe Park – this puts us within easy driving distance of both Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland and a short train hop from all the London attractions, so we always get huge value out of our annual passes.
We get a Family Pass most years, so I am really excited that this year we have been chosen to be Merlin Annual Pass Blogger Ambassadors for the year in 2016. This means that we have been given our family pass for free this year, but only if I promise to tell you all what is so good about the Merlin Annual Pass.