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... to believe it was September and we were by the North Sea. It was reminded me of Shell Bay in Dorset when I was a kid. The place was quite quiet but there were some people walking dogs which mehan desperately wanted to play with but they weren't interested. Being on the beach with her was so stressful as you had to keep a constant eye on her. Overtime the beach got more and more busy so I was getting more and more stressed out expecting people to shout at us for our unruly ...
... as the bit we looked at didn't look like hogwarts. Wandering back to the festival there were a number of stalls but it was all pretty busy so I bought some baklava and a big lollypop and then I discovered they were handing out free potatoes. I like a freebee but Iccouldn't find the woman who was handing out free canvas bags but instead I found a giant potato. He did rush at Edward a little at the beginning which probably scared the living daylights out of him but ...
... it, even though it's pretty standard and she explained she had used a number of different taps in her lifetime. We all had soup and bread for tea and edward told me I was a "surprisingly good cook" (it takes skillz to heat up tinned soup!). We then settled down and watched some tv before going to bed at 9pm as we were all exhausted. There is a beer and food festival on in Alnwick this weekend so we will check that out Sunday and maybe visit the Harry Potter castle (Alnwick ...
Kendal is our base today as we look around the Lakes district. It was raining and windy, so seeing anything at Lake Windermere was going to be interesting. The boys headed out to a motor museum and us girls stayed in Bowness for some shopping and a look around. Got drenched doing this!!! While it wasn't cold(I still had my shorts on) it was extremely wet, umbrellas were pretty useless and I worked out my wet weather jacket really could have been about about ...
... start the day.
After another cooked breakfast, we left for the castle.
We took the bus near to the old town, then got off and walked over to the Royal mile, and up to the castle. The castle was Huge. And all made of stone. It was so cool. We visited the great hall, the bedchamber's and heard the 1'o'clock gun being fired (look it up. You'll learn something.).
my favorite was the War memorial, which was like a ...
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