Life With Pink Princesses https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk A personal blog from the heart of a young Mum Sat, 16 Feb 2019 23:18:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.0.3 98180168 Tropical Islands Resort Travel Diary – Day 3 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-3/ https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-3/#respond Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:00:00 +0000 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/?p=32856 Firstly, did you read all about our first day at Tropical Islands or the second day? If you haven’t, please make sure you do so you don’t miss out on any of our family photos and experiences. You can also find our full review from our travels to Tropical Islands here which gives you more …

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Firstly, did you read all about our first day at Tropical Islands or the second day? If you haven’t, please make sure you do so you don’t miss out on any of our family photos and experiences. You can also find our full review from our travels to Tropical Islands here which gives you more knowledge of the Resort and all its offerings.

We woke up feeling really refreshed from a full night sleep at Tropical Islands Resort. Going on holiday with children is truly exhausting, there’s hardly enough time to catch your breath so getting a full night sleep is the holy grail. Hubby hopped in the shower because he resembles a hedgehog when he wakes up, then we headed for breakfast.

The girls had knowledge of what was on offer for our second breakfast. Freya and Eva rushed for the donuts, yes there was donuts for breakfast! Elsa of course headed for the toast machine. I was quite enjoying having really crispy bacon, scrambled egg, beans and of course I couldn’t resist a donut or three.

After allowing some time for our food to go down in our room, we got ready for swimming. Our first stop was the Tropical Sea. It’s definitely the cooler pool of them all so best to do first and then the rest seem like baths. Freya did a few of the water slides by herself and the rest of us paddled about in the pool.

It was a bit of a wet and gloomy day in Germany. The girls found it such an experience swimming in the rain out in the Amazonia pool. It’s always a very odd contrast – warm water whilst your head is freezing cold. The girls didn’t last long outside before wanting to head back indoors in the tropical heat of the dome.

We decided to spend some time building sandcastles and burying each other on the sand by Tropical Sea pool. Eva was quite emotional from tiredness and probably a bit of hunger too.

When the girls started to get a bit restless from doing sand activities, we headed for the Lagoon pool. I love this pool as it feels so tropical in appearance and the girls can reach the bottom in the majority of it which makes it brilliant for the kids.

We had got into a little routine of down time in the middle of the day. I think it was more for hubby and I than the girls. Swimming constantly and keeping an eye on three children was exhausting. The girls were allowed some time to rest on their iPads, eat a snack lunch like the day before and just be snuggled in bed.

After spending some time in our room we headed out to the Tropino Club, the children’s soft play and ball pit area. It’s an easy place for the kids to run about at a much slower pace, and Hubby and I can also sit down too. The girls did get a little emotional with each other after about an hour so we decided to head back to the room.

I actually fell asleep in the room whilst the girls were happily playing. I definitely needed that little snooze. It’s exhausting swimming and running after three children. Everyone had started getting a little bit hangry so we headed out for our dinner at the Sawadee restaurant. We ordered the girls some “safe” food of pizza and fizzy cola.

I weirdly didn’t take any photos from our evening swim on our final night stay at Tropical Islands Resort. But we did, I promise! I honestly love the night swims, they are magical and it was much quieter on the Sunday night. The girls loved swimming. You can see the videos from our night swim in the main video at the top of this blog post.

We showered everybody when we got back and then got cosy in our pyjamas ready for bed. Everyone was very overtired and fell asleep within seconds. I had started to feel that horrible anxious feelings about leaving the next day. Do you get that? 

Don’t forget to come back soon to read all about our final day at Tropical Islands and also remember to read our previous days too. Thanks for reading!

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. We were gifted our accommodation only. I have full editorial control.

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Dinotropolis At Bluewater This Half Term https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/dinotropolis-at-bluewater-this-half-term/ https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/dinotropolis-at-bluewater-this-half-term/#respond Tue, 12 Feb 2019 10:00:00 +0000 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/?p=32973 It is nearly half term and although they are a great time to rest and recuperate, I always find school holidays a little daunting. I question whether I’m doing enough to keep their bodies active and brains learning. So I am beginning to plan activities for my girls to keep them occupied. Bluewater is our …

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It is nearly half term and although they are a great time to rest and recuperate, I always find school holidays a little daunting. I question whether I’m doing enough to keep their bodies active and brains learning. So I am beginning to plan activities for my girls to keep them occupied.

Bluewater is our local shopping centre. It is also Europe’s leading retail and leisure destination with over 300 stores and more than 50 places to eat and drink. What I personally love about Bluewater is that there is always something going on there throughout the year, especially for families. We have explored the year round brilliant Nature Trail, the summer time Bluewater Beach, and seen Santa at their Grotto and Ice Rink at Christmas time.

This half term there are activities that will entertain children of all ages, there’s Story Time with The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Gravity Trampoline Park, the Showcase Cinema, Pirate Cove and of course the Nature Trail plus so much more. I’m sure you can agree there is a lot going on at Bluewater and of course, it’s always nice to go shopping but even better if the kids get some enjoyment too.

We headed down to Dinotropolis for the very first time a few weekends ago to try out the new dinosaur adventure park. I created a video of our experience which I hope you’ll take some time to watch. I love creating videos for my YouTube channel as they give you more life like view on a place or experience.

Dinotropolis is a soft play adventure venue with interactive games and animatronic dinosaurs. There is also Raptor Racing karting, Discovery Cove arts and crafts, and Dino Jungle soft play. I was pretty much hooked at the idea of it being a dinosaur themed soft play.

We decided to visit as Dinotropolis opened, 9am. From experience soft play is usually much quieter first thing in the morning and during the very last hours of the day. I get a little anxious when places become too busy. The Dinotropolis is situated in the Plaza, very close to restaurants and Gravity.

When you enter through the themed dinosaur doors there is a buggy park and a flight of stairs. Dinotropolis is up the stairs. Everything is Jurassic themed with plants, dinosaur wallpaper and music setting off the atmosphere. There’s a pterodactyl hanging from the ceiling above the entrance. The girls were really excited, pointing and talking about what they could see. I think it was very sensory overload!

There are different entrance price options. The cheapest option is for entrance to the venue only, it costs £12 per child (age 19 months to 18 years), this is called the Explorer Pass. The Discovery Pass costs £15 per child which includes the Dino Escape Challenge and the Ranger Pass is £20 which is everything included plus a meal deal for children. What I was a little miffed about was that adults also have to pay, £5 each! I really don’t agree with paying to enter soft play as an adult, but we could get either a hot drink or bottle of water in the Fossil Cafe.

Elsa has always had a real thing for dinosaurs so seeing the two giant animatronic dinosaurs was very exciting for her. Eva loved the triceratops, she said that they are one of her favourite dinosaurs. After reading another review of dinotropolis before we visited, I was very pleased to see the dinosaurs had a fence around them protecting them from mini humans and their destruction.

We headed in to find a good spot to pop our belongings and possibly get a table. We found a table upstairs in a cosy nook. There were lockers for belongings but we ended up putting our things under our table. I loved that there was soft play entrances both on the ground level and up on the top level too.

The soft play area is three floors tall. It is all dino themed as you can see from the photos. There was Jurassic music playing. There’s also a smaller area for younger users but the soft play is really easy to manoeuvre for younger children and also tall enough for adults to also join in. It is quite nice to explore and pretend to be a child for a few hours.

Ultimately the soft play area is much like the usual soft play. There’s things to climb over, climb under, ball pits, slides and more. If your children are anything like mine, they’ll be more than happy running about for hours on end in the soft play alone.

What makes Dinotropolis an adventure park is the other activities available. The girls quickly spotted the Raptor Racing, karting around the underneath of the soft play. I loved how there were different kart sizes which meant even little Elsa could ride by herself. They spent ages racing each other, laughing and screeching.

We then went to explore the Dino Escape Challenge. We’d read that it was a room of lasers that you have to dodge without waking the sleeping dinosaur. The room was really dark, Elsa found it a bit creepy but the other two were quite excited and definitely up for the challenge. 

It looked like great fun but I definitely didn’t think it was worth the added £3 on entrance fee per child. It was a 3 minute activity that really should of been included as part of an entrance fee. It did have a staff member supervising continuously which may be why there’s a fee. As Dinotropolis became more busy, the queue for the Dino Escape Challenge room did get quite lengthy.

After the Dino Escape we headed round to the Discovery Cove. I do love that there are other things apart from the soft play to entertain children. This area has lots of interactive dinosaur fun. Discovery Cove is included in your entrance price and you can pop by as many times as you like during your visit.

The girls quickly got their hands into the sand. It is an augmented reality sandpit where the kids can move the sand around to create lakes, volcanoes and land. There’s dinosaurs roaming around. It’s honestly quite spectacular technology. I loved that there were stools provided so that smaller or younger children could also get involved with the fun.

There is also an area where children can build either a triceratops or a T-Rex using foam body parts on a base model. This was actually quite tricky for Eva who is 6 years old but Freya enjoyed doing it. Elsa, being the sand lover she is, really enjoyed digging for fossils in the sand pit and finding bones.

We all got involved in the Create A Dinosaur area. There were several tables filled up with colouring materials and sheets to design your own dinosaur. Hubby and I were definitely enjoying this just as much as the girls were! The staff were really good at replenishing the sheets and keeping everything tidy.

Once your dinosaur is completed, you take it over to the scanner where it magically puts your dinosaur on the screen to roam around with other created dinosaurs. It’s really awkward to explain so I’d definitely suggest watching my video to see it in action. As a family we spent quite a while here.

Whilst the girls ran off in the soft play, Hubby and I placed our meal deal order. As part of the higher cost entrance, children get a meal deal. It’s one hot meal basically with a drink. I’ve popped a photo of their menu from that day below so you can see prices and what sort of thing is available. 

The wait time for food was about twenty minutes. The food was actually really good, the usual quality for soft play and all three girls enjoyed their meal. We had ordered chicken nuggets and fish fingers, all with chips and baked beans. The girls also had fruit shoots but there were other options available. Hubby and I also enjoyed a hot chocolate each.

As we were eating the staff did actually call out our time slot to leave. You only get one and a half hours in Dinotropolis, which is the worst part about the entire venue. It is not enough time to factor in eating and for the cost of entrance, it’s just not good enough in my opinion. Our day out would have cost our family £70, for an extremely short amount of time. To put that in comparison, we could of had a full day out at a local animal park with a dinosaur experience there for around £50 as a family. It’s a huge difference.

We also had to dodge the gift shop as we exited. Never a great way to end a day out.

We did have a lovely time whilst at Dinotropolis. It was clean, the toilets were clean and the facilities were so much fun for the children. Adults can also get involved which I think is lovely. If you want to find out more head to the Dinotropolis website.

Don’t forget to check out what Bluewater has going on during half term. There’s something for everybody.

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Tropical Islands Resort Travel Diary – Day 2 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-2/ https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-2/#comments Fri, 08 Feb 2019 19:47:12 +0000 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/?p=32854 Firstly, did you read all about our first day at Tropical Islands because if you haven’t, please make sure you do so you don’t miss out on any of our family photos. Or you can find our full review from our travels to Tropical Islands here which gives you more knowledge of the Resort and …

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Firstly, did you read all about our first day at Tropical Islands because if you haven’t, please make sure you do so you don’t miss out on any of our family photos. Or you can find our full review from our travels to Tropical Islands here which gives you more knowledge of the Resort and all its offerings.

The girls slept so incredibly well on our first night. The beds were very comfortable. We’d chosen to co-sleep with Elsa so she was more than happy snuggled next to us and the other two were clearly exhausted and slept the entire night. Very unlike them actually as being on holiday usually ruins sleep routines in this family.e

Everyone was so hungry and excited to see what was in the breakfast buffet. We all pretty much woke up, threw our dresses on and headed for breakfast. There is such a beautiful atmosphere in the mornings in Tropical Islands, it’s very peaceful and the lighting is low over the winter.

I love being greeted by lots of food choices. Doesn’t everybody? Hubby and I had experienced the Tropical Island buffet before but the girls had not. I loved seeing their little faces light up as they took their plates round the food options and picked exactly what they fancied for their breakfast. We all ate really well, Hubby even said he was having a food baby.

We allowed some time for our food to settle before changing into our swimming costumes and heading for the Tropical Sea swimming pool. Elsa is like a little puppy when her limbs touch the water she just kicks. All three girls were so happy splashing around and causing chaos.

There is a new slide area for children at the Tropical Sea called Jungle Splash. We had thought Eva would be using it the most as she’s a little daredevil, but actually she really didn’t want to try it as she’s terrified of having water on her face. Instead, our little scaredy cat Freya was the one embracing the water and having the time of her life!

Whilst Freya was doing that with Hubby, I was busy building sand castles and burying Eva in sand. They even decided to dig a huge hole for me to climb instead and become their height. We were there for such a long time and it was so peaceful, in a busy kind of way.

The girls were generally feeling quite tired on our first day. I think the travelling and early morning the day before had really effected them. Demands and emotions were running high. We decided to take a break from swimming and head back to our room for some down time. We also had some snacks.

Anyone with children will know that sometimes you have to take things at their pace. Whether that’s at high speed or slow. Hubby and I were also pretty tired too. We decided to take the kids to the Tropino Club. It has a huge soft play and a gigantic ball pit. What was best about it was that Hubby and I could sit. Sitting is good.

Whilst in the soft play something significant happened. Hubby and I are always very protective of the girls and watch them closely to know exactly where they are always. We witnessed Elsa run round the corner and bump straight into a little German boy. Immediately this little boy punched Elsa in the face, in a blink of an eye Eva stood between her little sister and this boy and shouted “no” at him.

Elsa was quite distressed obviously but I felt so much pride in Eva during that moment and definitely feel like I needed to document it here. She protected her and prevented her being hurt any further. Poor little Eva then became Elsa’s best friend, protector and would not leave Eva alone the rest of the time in the soft play. It was cute and Eva said to me “it’s tiring looking after a child”.

We had made the decision to swim in the evening on this day. So after being in the Tropino Club for quite a while we decided to explore the rest of the resort. There’s a beautiful Rainforest walk that the girls really enjoyed exploring. We found the stunning flamingoes and even got to join in with the Tropino Club entertainer Pirate feed the fish.

We had an early dinner on Saturday. The girls hadn’t eaten too well in the Asian buffet restaurant on our first night, so we decided to grab some pizza from the street food restaurant. It went down a treat with the girls. It’s amazing as the sun sets in the resort. You honestly forget that you are in Germany inside a dome, instead it feels like you are in Spain or another hot country sitting outside.

After dinner we popped back to the room to get our swimming things together. The pools at night time are so magical!! The lighting is just stunning. It’s a little bit less busy too so it’s great for the kids. We spent small amounts of time in the outdoor pool and Tropical Sea but then spent such a long time in the Lagoon. We had to physically drag half sleeping children out of the pool!

Back at the room we all had quick showers and a teeny snack before heading to bed. Honestly, we were all absolutely wiped out! My eyes were aching, the girls were shattered. I’m pretty sure we were all asleep within a few minutes of our heads touching the pillows.

We had such a great day. Don’t forget to watch the video at the top of this blog post to immerse yourself in our experience and then head back to my blog to find more diary entries soon!!

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Tropical Islands Resort Travel Diary – Day 1 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-1/ https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/tropical-islands-resort-travel-diary-day-1/#comments Sun, 27 Jan 2019 07:00:00 +0000 https://lifewithpinkprincesses.co.uk/?p=32853 I have already posted the review of our trip to Tropical Islands Resort that you can read here, but wanted to share more of our personal family photos from our trip. Firstly, take a look at the video I created for our first day in Germany, I hope you enjoy it. We’d kept our trip …

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I have already posted the review of our trip to Tropical Islands Resort that you can read here, but wanted to share more of our personal family photos from our trip. Firstly, take a look at the video I created for our first day in Germany, I hope you enjoy it.

We’d kept our trip a secret from the girls for such a long time. A good few months actually. The excitement I felt towards it made it incredibly difficult to not tell them as I desperately wanted them to be part of our joy too.

We came up with lots of different plans, mainly for the day we went. Then it was set to be told on Christmas Day as part of their presents. Hubby and I are clearly rubbish at keeping secrets because we ended up telling them a few days before Christmas.

Hubby and I had booked unsociable hours for flying as it was cheaper. The plus side was that at Tropical Islands Resort you can arrive at any time from 6am so we wanted to make the most of our time there. Our flight was at 6:30am meaning we had to be at the airport for at least 4:30am!

Somehow I managed to get the girls to fall asleep at 5:30pm the previous night. I may have bribed them a bit and the darker evenings definitely helped in my quest. Hubby and I were also fast asleep by about 8pm too. Although I’d spent the night tossing and turning from nerves of flying and excitement.

I woke the girls at the very last minute giving them enough time to put some clothes on and hop in the car. The airport isn’t too far away from us and even quicker at 2am in the morning. They were squealing with delight at the excitement of the unknown of going to a water park.

Sadly, the family friendly security zone wasn’t open when we arrived. I’d hoped it would be as Elsa can sometimes get a little panicky in unknown situations so I was looking forward to all of the friendly characters and colours.

Unfortunately we had to go through the usual security and as expected Elsa started crying from nerves. She didn’t want to go through the ticket barriers or the security scanner by herself. The staff were really patient with us as the airport wasn’t busy at all.

We’d decided to have some breakfast at the airport as a special treat. The Red Lion Whetherspoon at Gatwick was perfect for our family needs. I just love how they can charge so much more just by being an airport restaurant though!

As we’d arrived with plenty of time it allowed us to take things slowly with the girls. We ate, chatted about all the things we could do, gave the girls their travel sickness chews and headed for the kids zone.

We had about half an hour to wait before our gate number appeared. The girls ran around the kids zone which is a small fenced off area with some soft shapes. I can’t remember just how many times they asked whether we could go on the aeroplane yet. Eventually the gate number was given and we made our last trips to the toilets.

We had decided to leave our pushchair behind, bravely, for the first time ever. We were already outnumbered by children and suitcases so didn’t want the hassle of remembering to pick up a pushchair too. The girls were so full of adrenaline that they forgot their usual demands for a carry or that their legs hurt. They were really good helping pull the suitcases and looking out for each other.

Little Elsa started to feel a bit nervous and although Eva wouldn’t admit it, she was too. They held each other’s hands during take off which was so cute. The plane journey to Berlin is under two hours so it’s a really short one to get children used to flying. This was actually their second plane experience, their first was a long haul one so this probably felt like a walk in the park to them.

I always find it interesting arriving in a different country. The airports are different, this time the language was different and generally it looks and feels very odd. The girls were taking it all in as we navigated our way to the hire car desk.

We were totally confused and ended up crossing really busy airport roads where taxi flew past. We learned on our return trip that there was actually a walk way above the roads. That made us chuckle.

From Tegel Airport in Berlin, it takes about an hour in the car to drive to the Tropical Islands Resort dome. There are public transport options but it’s much easier for us to travel by car as a family outnumbered by children. We also wanted the flexibility to adventure outside the dome if we needed to.

After a very early start to the day and being run on adrenaline for the journey, the girls crashed in the hire car. They were exhausted and we were really quite thankful that they napped. I struggled to keep my own eyes open as I held up the Satnav for Hubby.

It was about 11am (I think) when we arrived at the dome. The girls were in absolute awe of the size of it. The queue for check in was huge and with the inside of the dome being nearly 30 degrees, and wearing winter layers, we began to sweat a bit. Desperate to get into our swimming costumes.

Hubby and I knew where we were going due to visiting Tropical Islands the year before as a couple. We led the girls into the locker area and popped our suitcases away. The girls eagerly got into their swimming costumes.

We’d decided to start the girls in the outdoor pool. The Amazonia pool is open year round, although the whole outside facilities like the play areas are seasonal. The water in pool outside is warm but the air very cold. It’s a surreal experience.

It was the girls first pool experience at Tropical Islands. They were all squealing in excitement as we were pulled along by the gentle lazy river. We took a few laps then headed back inside.

The next stop on our agenda was to go to the Tropical Sea. This is a semi circular shaped pool surrounded by a beach and sun chairs. It honestly feels like you are on a summer holiday despite the outside being winter weather.

The water is much cooler than the outside pool. It takes a little getting used to and it’s best to sort of throw yourself in there. The depth is all the same throughout the pool, I can just about reach the bottom on my tip toes (I’m about 1.45m tall for reference).

Tropical Islands issues electronic wristbands to all guests, except under 5s I believe. These act as your locker key, room key and a bit like a credit card. So you don’t have to worry about taking money with you or your credit/debit cards.

We decided to get some chips for our lunch, a bit of a snack to tide us over until dinner time. We bought from the street style restaurant, Mondial Food Court, and ate in the communal seating area watching the koi carp fish.

After allowing our food to go down, we headed for the third pool, the Lagoon. This pool is warmer than the Tropical Sea and has different varied depths. It’s a beautiful pool, very authentic with the theme. There’s a huge waterfall and water features too.

You aren’t able to check in to your hotel room inside the dome until 4pm. The electronic wristband automatically opens the doors at exactly that time. We decided to get our belongings from the lockers and head there for 4pm.

I was completely blown away at our room. It was spacious, cosily lit and the beds were huge!! The children’s bunk area was incredible. A thing of dreams. I linked my full review about so please do check that out for more information.

We all had showers and slipped on some light dresses. The dome is exactly as it sounds, Tropical, and you can easily spend the entire time in your swimming costume or summer clothes. We had decided not to go swimming again that evening as the kids were pretty wiped out from travelling and swimming already.

We headed for the Sawadee restaurant which is an Asian buffet style restaurant. There’s loads of options that change slightly each day, our first night they had burgers which pleased the girls and some chilli too! You pay per 100g so it’s a good option for fussy children and reduces food waste too.

After filling our tummies, we headed for the Tropino Club. An area specifically for children. There’s cars to ride, a huge soft play area and a gigantic ball pit. It’s a great place for them to explore non-water activities.

The ball pit was recently converted from a swimming pool. The girls found it amazing and although they were all quite ratty and tired, they enjoyed throwing the balls and hiding beneath them.

We wanted to show the girls what the Tropical Sea looked like at night time, so after a play in the soft play we headed round. I told them they could play in the sand but not the water, did they listen? Of course not. Within minutes they had their dresses off and were splashing in the shallowing edging of the Tropical Sea whilst building sandcastles. They were honestly having the best time.

We ended up sitting in the sun chairs watching them. Feeling peaceful and content. Seeing the girls laughing is so lovely. Tropical Islands is open 24/7 which means you can swim whenever you feel like it. It was about 7pm at this point and the visitor numbers had significantly reduced so it was quite peaceful.

On our way back to the hotel room, we stopped to check out the sweet shop and get an idea of pricing for the following day. It was far too late for sweet consumption but I loved how excited the girls were by it all.

We were all absolutely exhausted getting back to the room. We’d decided to cosleep with Elsa, although there was plenty of beds for all of us. The master bed was big enough for three and she’s a pretty comfy snuggle buddy. I was quite surprised at how quickly everyone fell asleep and we all slept the entire night.

Come back soon for our second day of adventures at Tropical Islands Resort.

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