I get up early, I’m nervous, I’m excited!
I have some golden balls for breakfast and one large bannana. I hope I can keep it in.
A while later I have picked up some people and we have got to Alton Towers. It is eerily quiet!
Yay we are in and the weather is good!
There are some things here which really scare me.
But this isn’t one of them.
We head to the rides once they open, and for some reason
We get so wet on the log flume that.
We do it again and get even wetter.
It is so dam good I get the number, maybe I’ll get it later.
What do you want to go on next Uncle Nack.
The burger ride sounds good to me.
Of course that is not what they had in mind.
Now this thing does scare me.
I kid you not.
All I can say is they did not scream loud enough
And they are gone!
As in gone! And so I’m lead on by No Fear Teggy!
A while later we are looking at something else.
I’m not so sure.
What do you think Mr Green? Yea I think the same.
Teggy however is asking when do we get on!?!?!?
Sometime later, dizzy and nauseous. We are in the gift shop. It would appear to be their favourite ride.
Hell we spend long enough in there.
If you don’t hurry we will miss the last rain back to the car park and will have to walk.
As it happens.
We missed the last train back to the car park
And had to walk! Ah Life with the Greenies.
And as for 221, well here is the photo! And to sum up my Alton Towers experience with the three Greenie Kids, I’d like to post this picture which speaks the thousand words or so of a most enjoyable day. They wore me out, they spun me out, they dizzied me out, and then left me to die on their couch. Thankyou Mrs Sara Green for tea, it was really nice, and for letting your kids rip me apart. Any time – no longer on your couch but in my own bed by the way