Munich 1000 Piece Puzzle from Ravensburger

Munich 1000 Piece Puzzle from Ravensburger

Germany is a country I’ve visited a number of times both for work and to visit friends.  But I’ve never made it to the south of the country and to Bavaria.  I follow A Bavarian Sojourn and always love looking at Emma’s photo of the area.  So I jumped at the… Continue reading »

Chill out time with Wentworth Puzzles

Chill out time with Wentworth Puzzles

You all know that we’re not big on gaming here.  We don’t own a games console and I haven’t gone out of my way to encourage Monkey to play games on out iPad.  When I’m looking for different ideas to entertain him, I have to be totally honest, technology really… Continue reading »

Emoji XXL 100 pc puzzle from Ravensburger

Emoji XXL100 pc puzzle from Ravensburger

So many things have been introduced since I was a child, laptops are commonplace, mobile phones are everywhere and language takes the form of text speak so often these days.  The Emoji XXL 100 pc puzzle from Ravensburger takes the latest form of communication and turns it into a fun jigsaw… Continue reading »

Tower of London 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle

Tower of London 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle

Last month I was able to share my childhood memories of Hampton Court Palace with you through the latest Ravensburger Puzzle.  Today I’m showcasing the latest in their Historic Royal Palaces series with the lovely Tower of London 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle.  The Tower of London really is a truly iconic… Continue reading »

Hampton Court Palace – 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle

Hampton Court Palace

I’ve mentioned Monkey’s happy place a few times on the blog, but never my own from my childhood. From as far back as I can remember I’ve been fairly obsessed with British history and in particular the Tudor period. I was heavily into our Kings and Queens, and still have the… Continue reading »

Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Souvenir puzzle

Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Souvenir puzzle

One of my vivid childhood memories was of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1975.  As a seven-year old the whole country seemed taken up with ‘royal fever’ and there were Union Jacks everywhere.  We seemed so very proud of our Queen and our country.  I can remember being given a… Continue reading »