Author - Kirstie Pelling

Kirstie is the creative force and chief poet in residence of poetinmotion.org She is available for residencies, as a conference poet and wedding poet. She is also co-founder of The Family Adventure Project and a regular contributor to many online travel communities.

Samoa Travel

Grasping the broom

During a month in Samoa we were fortunate to spend a week on a deserted beach. Well almost deserted. The illusion of an empty paradise was somewhat challenged...

Childrens Travel

Beaumaris Castle Ballet

Beaumaris Castle on Anglesey has been called the perfect example of concentric castle planning. Built in the 13th and 14th century, the castle was unfinished...

Childrens

Redrawing the Map

There’s a new way of navigating from A to B and it doesn’t involve Google. You just need a brother, a pen and a freckle. Or two… Joining the...

Travel Video Poem

Dancing on Thin Ice

While visiting La Clusaz we spent an evening at the village Patinoire or ice rink. Once a week in season they have a disco session. Well, it would have been...

Childrens

Moonlight Pillowfight

I didn’t find out there was an International ‪#‎PillowFightDay‬ until it was almost over. But it wasn’t too late. So I woke the kids up for some...

Locations Nature

Herdwick Invasion

There’s a new breed of sheep in town. The Herdwicks. Or rather the #GoHerdwick’s. To raise money for a local charity, 60 sheep have been painted up...

Gaming Technology

Head Space Invader

My kids are magicians and wizards when it comes to online games like Minecraft and Warcraft. At times I wonder if the eldest was born clutching a mouse and I...

Nature Technology

From Cloud to i-Cloud

A cloud has always been many things to many people. A fluffy child’s drawing, the stuff of wedding nightmares, a sofa for the angels, a thing to dress up...

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Kirstie Pelling

Kirstie is the creative force and chief poet in residence of poetinmotion.org She is available for residencies, as a conference poet and wedding poet. She is also co-founder of The Family Adventure Project and a regular contributor to many online travel communities.

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