jane and esther were waiting patiently in an award winning fish and chip shop which obviously didn’t win any awards for speed of service. kezia and i were restless so we walked across the street to look at this gift shop.
nothing much passes kezia’s attention and she spotted that lots of the prices were two pounds ninety nine pence (apologies for not using the pound sign, it seems not to work properly on the blog)
when things were a different price, they were often reduced from 2.99 (note the rare rogue 3.99 and 4.99 behind)
day 10 was a town visiting day. we were in search of the gorky’s barafundle album which we eventually found in a second hand record trail. we went to two of the most fantastic second hard record shops ever in fact, and i highly recommend them both if you find yourself in that part of town. one of the gorky’s himself pops in occasionally, so that would have been very bizarre.
anyway, bonkers is a great name for traditional ladies clothing
it probably would have been a better name for this charity shop which had a mannequin dressed mostly in plastic bags
i spotted a lot of use of the word ‘famous’ by the seaside. i suspect it might be used in place of the word ‘only’