….. but everything at the seaside is just so exciting and great, you feel sad to leave it all behind ….
Nigel had greatly enjoyed all the facilities of an amusement Penny Falls type nature and had won a lot of tickets, but unfortunately not quite enough to exchange for a prize, so he passed them on to two children to add to their collection so that they could hopefully get a bigger and better prize of choice from the vast array in the prize kiosk..
Nigel also said that he would greatly miss being woken up in the morning by the sound of seagulls padding about on the caravan roof ….. and how romantic burnt toast smelt from his bunk bed as it was being scrapped in the bijou galley kitchen!
Darrell will never forget the mahoooosive pink meringues he spotted in one of bakeries in Weymouth, but was sorry that he had missed out on their sweet delights, because, although he stood in the shop for a while and coughed loudly (almost consumptively), several times in order to attract attention, there was obviously something of very import occurring in the back as no one came out to serve him ….. and thus, in the end, he left, disappointingly empty handed!
And how could they ever forget the Weymouth 99p Shop …..?? Where else could you pur-chase a one size fits all, back fastening, 50/50 polycotton medical gown for just 99p????!!! Though very tempting, in the end Darrell and Nigel refrained from making a random spur of the moment shopping choice and instead decided to share a bag of 20 mini fruity pops Chupa Chups (99p)
Ahhh ahhhhhhhhhhh haaaaaaha ……………….
…… summer days driftin' away …………