Marianne Weekes is the editor of the BritMums website and she blogs at Mari’s World. She lives in Kent in the South of England with her husband and six year-old twin daughters and they have a caravan.
I’ve never been on a caravan holiday but I know that many families love them. I went to meet Marianne to find out about her experience of family caravanning holidays and why these trips can work so well. I was very interested to hear that she only went on her first caravan holiday relatively recently and that she hadn’t expected to enjoy it:
It sounds like caravan holidays are a great way to make family travel more affordable. What do you think? If you’ve ever been on a caravan holiday, how did it go? If you’ve not experienced a caravan holiday, would you like to try one?
I’m really enjoying interviewing people about their family trips. So far I’ve talked to Kelly Innes about home exchanges, Anne Dickins about Neilson holidays and now Marianne about caravanning – and I have more interviews planned. If you have any suggestions for interview topics or interviewees then do let me know.