A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


140. Blackpool


14th July 2017, 

This weekend I went for a three day break away at Blackpool with my grandma and sister. I hadn't been on a trip like it since my grandma and grandma used to take lots on which of the grandchildren would go away with them next. 

I was glad for the weekend away and I was looking forward to it, the only thing that I didn't want was to get up early to catch the coach to Blackpool. Waking up at 6.30 when you've been getting up at 9 or 11 in the morning was hard. 

But the coach was probably one of the most stressful things about it to be honest. It was an hour late because it had broken down. I only heard about this from my sister who called the coach service. We weren't told anything by them without physically prompting them. Then there were a series of drunk people who got on and sat behind us, drunk at 9 in the morning. We nicknamed them the Harpies because they would not stop laughing and screaming at random things. They laughed about hand sanitizer once. I don't even know why. Then when we got to Blackpool a whole four hours later they lost my case. I don't even know how because there were no stops in between. 

I had to wait two hours to get my case back in which we were hotel bound because I literally had nothing. It turns out that one of the women on the coach took my case by mistake when the driver 'accidently' unloaded mine instead of hers and she didn't realise. I don't know how because my case was black and her's was bright red with a label saying her name on it. 

Once those mishaps were dealt with we had a good time. We won a bottle of champagne in a quiz, we went to the beach and to all the markets. My sister bought a gag gift for her boyfriend. It was good. But three days was more than enough and I couldn't wait to get home. 

The best thing was that there were many dogs parading around Blackpool that I got to stroke. They were like mini clouds!! 

The only thing I took away from it was that Blackpool was doggo heaven. 

These are only a selection of the photographs but they are pretty. We actually got good weather even though rain was forecasted for the whole three days. You can't always trust the forecast. 


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