We're having so much fun and somebody dared to remind everyone that tomorrow is our last full day! Time really does fly when you're having fun and that little word really doesn't do enough to describe the experience that we're all having.
It's nearly 10pm and we have just returned from a cup of hot chocolate and settling down once again for bed. So today.....
We began again with a lovely cooked breakfast and then we went our separate ways to activities ~ more Balance Beam, Archery, Bushcraft, Jacobs Ladder, Zorbing and Team Challenge.
Pizza and pasta/potatoes for lunch and then straight back to more excitement. Two groups squeezed (slowly) into wet suits and headed to the beach for an afternoon of raft building while the others had fun with 3G Swing, Jacobs Ladder, Zip Wire and Go Karting.
Roast chicken or Honey roast ham, roast potatoes, Yorkshire Pudding and parsnips were welcomed by very hungry children.
This evening we were planning on going back to the beach for our Hawaiian party but it was a little overcast and chilly so we have postponed that until tomorrow. Instead we went and sang some more songs and learnt to play a fabulous new game (which some people took very seriously). We are desperate to play it again when we get to school next week so the paint (or chalk) will be coming out!
Really tired again and no plans to be up early in the morning (except for this young lady who really needs to be first in line for our visit to the shop ~ it's all she's talked about this week and she has made us laugh so much).
The children have been really great. We were told today how proud we should be of our children (not the first time this week that someone has said this) and of course we know that and are very proud.
We should also be very proud of the four amazing adults that are looking after them as they are working their socks off to care for each and every one of them and I'm not exaggerating when I say that it has almost been for 24 hours each day.
All fabulous and we are looking forward to doing it all over again tomorrow. Thank you for sending your children on this trip ~ I think that many of them will remember it for ever!
More photos to follow if at all possible.