I have a proposal…..
To which Abi said,
Will you marry me?
Everyone ended up in fits of laughter.
Some languages have words for which there is no single, or direct, translation. In Danish, hygge (pronounced “HUE-gah”) is one such word.
Though there are many ways to describe hygge, we see it simply as the Danish ritual of enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Friends. Family. Graciousness. Contentment. Good feelings. A warm glow. Certainly, hygge is intrinsic to the Danish lifestyle, but this feeling of well-being, so deeply satisfying and cozy, is something we all experience, each in our own way.
I love this idea of a family/friends together time. It is a time to slow down and take pleasure from the gentle, the soothing. Light a candle! Drink hot chocolate or whatever but simply slow down and relax with friends and family.
Amazing time once again. The park has recently changed hands and I was wondering how the change would affect the park. You don’t need to worry. It is still brilliant.
Starting with Jess on reception, the park provides smiling faces, helpful staff and people that really enjoy working with people and love entertaining them.
We looked out for Kyle and met him who once again laughed with us and made jokes with the children. We found Tom but not dancing because the music was too quiet. But you can’t keep him quiet for too long – he got us all shouting and screaming and behaving like nutters! We saw Gareth who managed to get us all laughing just in the queue! Two more people who names I forget which is annoying – the train driver (11th August) and the power ranger who was on the pirate ship in the morning. Both are fun and chilled out – The power ranger didn’t play fair though – he awarded himself the winner of the competition!!!
My daughter thoroughly enjoyed her birthday and we look forward to going again before the summer is out. If you’re looking for kid friendly, easy entertainment and an amazing day out – go to Camel Creek Adventure Park. It’s amazing.
They have animals as well – in fact at one time it was known as the Shire Horse centre and they are still breeding shires.
As a family we have been dreaming of heading off and camping wherever. Trouble is we only own a Vauxhall Viva (2015 model). So we have been looking at getting a second car and turning it into a camper. We all love Land Rover’s so that will be the starting point. We also have a trailer tent so we’re wondering if you can add a trailer tent to a roof rack and make it a camper!
Any ideas please?