Holiday essentials

D: What’s a travel kettle?
Me: It’s a little mini-kettle so I can make a cup of tea when we’re on holiday in the hotel.
D: But they might already have a machine for making a cup of tea.
Me: They do have kettles, but you have to pay lots of money to borrow them. I want to take a little one with us so I don’t run out of money for other things.
D: Like ice cream?
Me: Yes, ice cream and kids club – it would be a disaster if I had no money left for you to go to kids club!
D: I LOVED kids club in France! We have to MAKE SURE we get a travel kettle.

5 Responses

  1. An EXCELLENT grasp of budgeting coming to the fore, there. I’ve been reading your blog, my fried Jo Catanach gave me the URL. It’s brilliant! Thank you. (I know Josephine from school but I emigtade to South Africa so I haven’t seen her in ten years. I’m sending you this comment from Cape Town).

    • Jo, thanks for your encouraging feedback. I hope Cape Town is treating you well – Dylan will be happy to hear that someone in South Africa is reading his messages! He’ll also be interested in you fantastic wildlife images… 🙂

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