When the sun was still upon us and summer gear was in full show, we decided to head somewhere nice (not too far away) and it happened to be our beloved Swanage again (we can't help it, right?). We packed as light as we could, wandered around crowded streets before entering the gates of a kid's wildest fantasy coming true. This little entertainment park sits just on top of the hill overlooking insanely gorgeous view that is within your reach as long as you're willing to run down, cross the road and soak your feet in shallow water without embarrassment. We got ten tokens to use within the park and Nadia wasn't seen more in action than today. I suppose the whole town was there with us but it didn't feel overcrowded and checking in at most of the attractions available was more than we could wish for. The tractor ride was the best to say it humbly, I might just pause for a second to savour the view of my tight grip on the steering wheel taking us round the track skillfully. And I still don't hold a driving license!
When in Swanage we needn't look for an excuse for some fish and chips from the famous Fish Plaice. Oh, the fish and chips... we've been regular customers for as long as we can remember. There are queues outside the door but the reasonable wait is worth the consistently great old fashioned chips and proper chunks of delicately battered cod. There is plenty of seating inside and out with us always choosing the benches to enjoy the taste in the dazzling sun and noise of seagulls fighting. Just like this afternoon, we sat outside to see the sun touching the horizon contemplating renting the pedal boat next time we're here. I'd like to go back, like, right now.