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#ExplorerKids Linky - Week 5

Thank you again to all who joined us with #ExplorerKids linky - Su and myself really enjoyed reading through the posts and gaining some inspiration.

With the amazing success of the #ExplorerKids hashtag over on Instagram over the past year (over 37K images tagged) myself and my co-host Su have decided to create a place where everyone can come and share their travel posts on: The #ExplorerKids Linky.

We want to get to know more about the people behind our #ExplorerKids IG community and learn more about your experiences of travelling with kids.

Whether this is a blog post about your adventures abroad or even somewhere you and your children have explored closer to home - we would love to read all about it.

The #ExplorerKids Linky is a weekly linky open every Tuesday – Thursday (until 11:45pm). Each week two of our favourites posts will be shared across social media.

I really enjoyed Katy's post on Otis and Us - holiday on the Scilly Isles looks fabulous - somewhere I would probably never have considered before.

Take a look at Ethan and Evelyn to see who Su has featured this week.

Both of you feel free to add our "Featured Blogger" badge.

Fancy linking up this week?

The rules are:

You may link up to 2 posts – old or new.

Add the #ExplorerKids badge by copying the HTML code (below the image).

Tweet #ExplorerKids @ethannevelyn & @kipperscurtains and we will RT back.

Comment on both hosts posts.

Comment on 2 other posts, including one in front of you.

Share the love – please do not drop and run away!

Tweet all posts you have read with #ExplorerKids hashtag.

By linking up, you are giving us permission to send you an email and/or tweet reminder for the #ExplorerKids each week.

Please add our badge to the html section at the bottom of your post or in your side bar.

Join your link up here:

This weekend just gone we visited Into The Trees festival in East Sussex - I'll be writing a review shortly. This week I've linked up a National Trust must see - Winkworth Arboretum in Surrey.

Into the Trees

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