Tuesday, October 27, 2015


Yeeeehaa dune buggy action on our Fuerteventura holiday, this was a great outing. Spent 4 hours mostly off road blasting about, lots of stunning scenery and Tabitha got to feed the cute chipmunks some sunflower seeds (think they are actually a type of squirrel) highlight for her as she had 3 of them eating from her hand at once.  Buggies were really easy to drive automatics so you just point them in the direction you want to go step on the accelerator and hold on.

It did get pretty dusty and a little muddy out there so leave your Gucci at the hotel and pack your bandanas and sunglasses instead. Great fun and even though the kids were just passengers they loved it as well.  Check out our blog below and lots more of our Fuerteventura holiday videos on our youtube channel : twoplustwocrew

Andrew, Samantha, Oscar & Tabitha.

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Fuerteventura Holiday Vlog Day 1

Half term holidays... 28 degrees here we come. First of our holiday vlogs, 10 days in hopefully sunny Fuerteventura staying at Origo Mare on the north shore of the island. Surfboard, sunscreen and shorts  packed then the usual dash up to gatwick for the 4hr flight. Hiring a car and looking forward to some adventures and  seeing some of the island, already have dune buggy, waterpark and snorkelling trips booked as well as hopefully sneaking in some restaurants & museums to tick all the holiday boxes.
Lots of fun travel vlogs to come !

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

RAF MUSEUM LONDON - DAY OUT | twoplustwocrew

We had a great day out at the RAF museum in Hendon London, this place is off the usual London museum route but well worth the effort. It's massive! and free. We were there from 10-4 and there was still more to see. It's not just RAF fighters, there are a few simulator rides (you do have to pay for these) and some planes you can get in and walk through. We were worried that there would be enough to keep Tabitha our 9 year old interested but she was fine there were enough interactive activities to keep her involved. We all found the old movies interesting and informative, it felt like we were on a day out but doing a little sneaky homework at the same time.  Oscar 12 is pretty keen on anything that flies, if it has machine guns even better! So he was in his element having flown lots of theses planes on his flight simulator. The cafe in the main hangar is great you get to eat lunch surrounded by some great old planes, you can relax over a latte while the kids explore close by. Plenty of area outside to have a picnic if you are saving pennies!. Car parking onsite was £4.00 for 6 hrs but there were some parks on the street when we first arrived. We visited on a Sunday and wSam thought the gift shop was really good quality gifts and not too expensive, loved the kids romper suits 100% thick cotton with a lovely designer plane print for £12.99 (sorry forgot to take a pic!) If you are looking for a great day out in the London area this place is definitely worth a look.

Andrew, Samantha Oscar & Tabitha