LEGOLAND Review -Trafford Centre, Manchester

LEGOLAND Review -Trafford Centre, Manchester

We went to Legoland!!

And we had lots of fun!

You know when your watching your kids driving around in lego cars, on a fun looking road with lego tree’s and characters all around them and in that moment you wish that you could be a kid again so that you can join in too? Yep, that is exactly what happened to me!

Legoland Discovery Centre is a fun indoor playground for kids with a couple of rides to go on and lots of activity sections to participate in that provides a jam packed, fun day for kids, allowing the parents to either join in and watch or relax with a coffee in the cafe.

We arrived early at 11am and at that time it was fairly quiet however that soon changed by the afternoon, when it got a lot busier, apart from having to que for certain rides and activities for a little longer, it didn’t seem to matter though.

My favourite part:

Had to be the 4D cinema experience!! We watched a 15 minute long, Lego Nexo Knights movie. It had flashing lights and sound effects, with splashing water that sprinkled all over us and crazy lego peices feeling like they were coming out of the screen and about to hit us! We laughed so much and thoroughly enjoyed it!

How much did we pay:

  • For an adult ticket we paid £12.92 each
  • For a child ticket we paid £9.58 each
  • I paid online (as it cost slightly more to pay on the door) and I selected the 11am arrival option (from the selected 15 minute slots)

Here’s a few more pics of me, my mum and my kids enjoying our time at Legoland;

Did I enjoy Legoland and would I recommend it to you all?

Yes, absolutely!!!

Have you been before?

How was your experience? Let me know in the comments below 😊

Thanks for reading,

Layonie Jae x

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Michael Kors handbag

Michael Kors handbag

I’ve been a mum for just over 8 years now and like a lot  of mums, paying the bills and providing for my children has always been my priority when it came to what I spent my money on. I have always admired designer labels from a far but instead of shopping at Prada, I would shop at Primark and find items that looked elegant and glamorous with a much, much, much cheaper price tag!

I was a housewife for a few years and then I got a part time job before recently taking a full time corporate role and to celebrate I decided to treat myself to a new Michael Kors handbag! #Exciting

My friend who has a huge designer handbag and shoe collection already, came along with me and I was pleased to discover that they had a sale on!


At the Michael Kors store on Regents Street, London, I got myself the Dillon Top Zip Satchet handbag in Black that was originally priced at around £390 or was it…. £410….? (I’ve forgotten the exact price) but it was now half of that price and I got it for £197!!


I just love this bag! 

It is strong and sturdy and a perfect size that fits just enough in without tempting you to squeeze in your kitchen sink (something which I usually do but I am determined not to with this bag! I am determined to keep this bag clutter free and only carry around my absolute essentials!!) It also came with a separate strap so I can wear it either on my wrist, arm or over my shoulder!

Excitingly whilst there, my friend treated me to a new purse too as a belated birthday present!

 I couldn’t believe it, I am so lucky!!

They didn’t have this design in the black so I went for this beautiful beige colour instead and what I love about this purse is that it can also pass for a clutch bag too:



I am so pleased with my Michael Kors items!! 

I chose the classic design for both items rather than the more on trend designs because I feel that they will go with so many clothes in my wardrobe and will last a long time!

Do you like?


I think that I may slowly get the bug for buying designer handbags now but only once in a while… maybe.. I think so..

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and I’ll look forward to reading and replying to them!

Layonie Jae x