It was suggested that we might enjoy a family trip to Bounce Below in North Wales.
It is such a popular spot that they only had pre booked placed available on the day that we went.
Himself had booked our tickets in advance, the only slot they had left was more than a week away at 10am.
Therefore, we left the house at 7.45am on Sunday morning!
We arrived in plenty of time to be fitted for our safety helmets.
The website had been checked before hand and so we all wore long sleeves and long trousers.
The reviews on line suggested that you couldn’t take your phone in to take pictures.
However, lots of people had their phones but there wasn’t anyone available, in time, to walk me out to get mine.
So I don’t have any pictures from inside 😦
When you arrive you are part of a big group with the same time slot.
The whole group is led into the mouth of a cave where there is a circuit of nets with tunnels and slides linking them together.
There is a very strict protocol about which way you go and there were plenty of members of staff on hand to police it.
Other than that, it is for you to explore.
The nets give a trampolining effect which is great fun.
The tunnels/slides are not as bad as they seem and even the youngest, who was initial hesitant, found her confidence.
This picture was taken after we emerged from the cave an hour later.
There was a lot of crawling involved and if I was to go again, I wouldn’t wear jeans, my knees were chaffed.
I would also take my phone!
It was a great experience, it was very funny at times and we all really enjoyed it.
Most of the staff were great, but lets not discuss the service in the cafe!!!
However, every cloud has a silver lining and, if the staff in the cafe had been better, we would have missed this lovely riverside walk to Llanrwst town centre from the carpark.
There we enjoyed a lovely lunch and we were able to sit outside in the square. A great finish to the morning.
Have a lovely day!