I can use only one word to describe day two of Camp Bestival and that is WET.
It started out so well, we were up and about nice and early (do you have any other choice when you’re camping?) we had breakfast outside the tent as the girls played skipping and football as we drank coffee and planned out the day ahead.
We got ourselves glittered up and headed out to have our second breakfast of the day with the guys at Dorset Cereals.
We were invited to Camp Bestival by Dorset Cereals who are attending a number of family festivals all over the UK this summer; including Cornbury, Deer Shed and Wychwood. They’re providing families with a quality breakfast spread each morning along side a range of fun family activities for festival-goers to get stuck into.
It was a really lovely area where we all got to try a bunch of the delicious muesli’s and granolas; my favourite was the Cherry and dark chocolate with a big blob of greek yogurt! It was divine and a great way to start the festival day. Dorset cereals believe in taking time out to have a leisurely breakfast with loved ones – and we did just that!
Bella even had time to catch up on weekend news…
After breakfast the girls wanted to go on the Ferris wheel – I got out of it thank god but Scott took them up and they loved it, little dare devils! It was then that the heavens began to open and we’re not talking a little drizzle it was full blown pouring down. Luckily with Camp Bestival there are lots of indoor tents as well as outdoor activities. We headed to art town which was understandably heaving. The girls had chance to make a few little fun bits as we sheltered from the downpour.
They loved art town last year and again this year, any excuse to get creative and they are all over it.
It was then that we headed to the blogger meet up to see some of my favourite blogging buds and have a drink to celebrate the weekend. Only it didn’t go quite to plan, with the weather being so horrific I stopped by to say a quick hello before we headed back to the tent to dry off before the evening.
It actually stayed dry for a good couple of hours while we went out. We got our spot and set up all ready to watch madness rock the main stage. The atmosphere was brilliant so many had turned out to watch them and despite the grim weather everyone was having such a great time!