☆California | A Travel Film ☆
Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a fab morning, afternoon or night! Here’s a little cinematic travel film from our family holiday to California! There will be 2/3 more vlogs from the trip – not all of what we did is included in this so you’ll see them in the next couple of videos!
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