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Day at the Beach

Drama set in a children's home. A day trip to the beach becomes a journey beset with disasters - is someone sabotaging the trip?


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A day at the beach!

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-How can you not want to go?

-It's not for me. It's her.

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-I keep telling you.

-This is a bus. I don't get bus-sick.

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-Everybody aboard?

-CHEERING

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Get ready for a day to remember! And look what I've borrowed.

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We'll make a movie when we get to the beach.

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-CHEERING

-Here we go!

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-Please can we stay behind?

-It's still a no.

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There won't be anyone to look after you.

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-Tee's all right, aren't you?

-Yeah!

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-Hi ho and away we go!

-CHEERING

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RETCHING AND COUGHING

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GROANING

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-It isn't that bad.

-There is sick everywhere.

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You missed a bit!

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It stinks! When it gets hot in here it's...

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-Yeah! Wooooorgh!

-Shut up.

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RETCHES

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-PHONE RINGS

-Hello.

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Is this a joke?

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No...of course not.

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What a great feeling. The whole day, stretching ahead of us. Ahem!

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-What?

-Time to switch on my little friend here, methinks!

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You men and gadgets.

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What's wrong with a map?

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Nothing. Except I wouldn't mind getting there this year.

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Excuse me. The kids had scribbled over the other one.

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Anyway.

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-You gave up!

-Well, this time I won't.

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Not now I've programmed my baby!

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So let's leave it to the professional, shall we?

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'Listen to what I say, fool! Turn right at the lights.'

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It's stuck on that voice. You get used to it...

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-200 smackers!

-What's this?

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An on-line bookstore bought a load of my books!

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-Really?

-Don't act so surprised!

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-Can they read?

-I'm rich!

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Don't forget you owe Cameron money.

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Well I'm rich until I tell Cam.

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Are you sure you're OK?

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Why was you sick? You weren't sick when we went to Fun World.

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I don't know. It must be the seaside.

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I was only little before so I don't remember. Do you remember?

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You're probably just over-excited.

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Yeah.

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Looking good, Sapph!

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Who's it for? Mr Crab?

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What about Mr Fish?

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-Mr Octopus?

-Grow up, boys.

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I've done a checklist for everybody. Let's start with me. Me.

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Check. Towel. Check.

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Packed Lunch. Check.

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Spade with loose handle.

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Check.

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-Who's next?

-Me!

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Head. Check.

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Liam.

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Towel.

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Check! Oh no, it's stripey!

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-Trunks...

-They're not check either.

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Mike, Liam's forgotten his trunks.

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We can't turn back now. Never mind.

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-You can go in in your underpants!

-Eh! Don't think so.

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What's the matter?

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We've all done it.

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'Keep straight ahead.'

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Let's do it.

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-Mike?

-Yes.

-Is there enough air in our tyres?

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What?

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"If the vehicle is fully laden, it is essential that the tyre

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"pressure is increased as per the following chart..."

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I'm sure it'll be fine, Gus.

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LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS

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I've got a great idea. Let's tell a story, we'll go round and each

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say a couple of sentences and see where we get to. I'll start.

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It called A Day At The Beach.

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There is a group of kids that have set off for the beach in a bus.

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Can I asked a question, it's about the tyre pressure?

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A minibus with the correct tyre pressure is rolling down the street.

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-Right, who wants to go first?

-Me.

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There was a girl on it and she wanted to go on the beach

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-and make sandcastles covered in shells.

-Wow!

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-Was she going to live there?

-Yeah!

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By herself, or was there other kids there too?

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Yeah! There'd be... It would be...

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-I don't know.

-There's a massive game of football going on in the sea!

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This lad runs out, into the waves,

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it's a one off header... Everybody goes mental.

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Suddenly the boy realises he's got no trunks on...

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Then a crab come along, hunting for winkles! Nip nip nip!

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-Shut up!

-All right! Time out from the story please.

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-'Pay attention, fool!'

-THEY WHISPER

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Fork right, one mile.

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I need some new trunks, like now.

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Services.

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Mike? I really need the toilet?

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Well, there's a service station coming up...

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LAUGHING AND SHOUTING

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Stop it!

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-Do we need this for building a castle then?

-No.

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Do you want to do some digging?

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-Dig a great big hole?

-I don't know.

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-I said no!

-OK.

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What's the matter with you? I'll get it for him anyway.

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Ha! Look at your face!

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# Row row row your boat

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# Gently down the stream

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# If you see a crocodile Don't forget to scream, aaah! #

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Excuse me. Are you buying that?

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-No.

-We're going to buy this instead though.

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-But we'll have a look around first.

-In case the other ones are better.

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Where are your parents? Well?

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We don't know...

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Come on, Tee, I think we'll have have this one.

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Carmen, look at this.

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CRASH! Now look what you've done!

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Ha, ha! Look! Free sweets!

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Stand back! Stand back!

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-It was a joke.

-Give me those

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-They're only helping.

-I don't need that kind of help.

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Can I have those, please? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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Shame to waste this.

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Come on, let's go.

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Here's the scam. A car pulls up, we throw dirty water over it.

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He has to pay for us to mop it off.

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It is the oldest trick in the book, Don't worry. Here's one.

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Liam... Liam...

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Run!

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Hey, lads. How you doing?

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Gus? What are you doing?

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-I was checking the tyre. And all the air came out.

-Oh!

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We can drive across to the service area and pump it up again.

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-Driving on a flat tyre may severely damage the lining.

-Right.

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-We have a spare tyre though.

-That's good.

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Hey. Don't tell the others.

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Come on.

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-What is it?

-Nothing.

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I can't believe you're not excited about the seaside.

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I am though!

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I'm so excited.

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-That's the problem!

-What?

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I'm having too much fun!

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What do you mean, too much fun?

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-Did you pay for those?

-Yes! If you doubt it, why not take them off her.

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-No need to be unpleasant!

-Exactly!

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Did you really pay?

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Yes.

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Are you sure that's tight enough?

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SNAPPING SOUNDS THEY LAUGH

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We don't want the wheel to come off, do we?

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No, we don't. Right then. Everybody in!

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LAUGHTER AND CHATTING

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Are you in charge of this... of these...?

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-Yes. Is there a problem?

-Yes, there is.

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First, this child attacks my confectionary display with

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-an inflatable horse!

-Seahorse.

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-Inside.

-It was an accident.

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-Some of them took whatever they felt like!

-I paid.

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Finally, a customer was assaulted by two yobbos armed with a mop...

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A wet mop! And a bucket!

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There are no 'yobbos' in our group.

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Did you see the culprits?

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-Not personally, no.

-These two lads were with us the whole time.

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Come on. On you go.

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None of our children would dream of behaving in that fashion.

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We'll be on our way. Thank you very much.

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-Frank. Liam. Got anything to say?

-We haven't done anything.

-We didn't...

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Listen here. Pull a stunt like that again and...and...

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And you'll be going home.

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-Exactly. That's it.

-Sorry.

-Sorry.

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It won't be me you'll be apologising to if we have to turn back.

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'Take the next right, fool!'

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That can't be right.

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Just relax... Take it easy and enjoy the ride.

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-This looks familiar.

-Sorry?

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-We're on our way back to town!

-Ah!

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-Not possible.

-This is the A736 into town.

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-We can get my trunks!

-No way!

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I might change my top?

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I need the toilet.

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There is no way we're going back to the house!

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'Pay attention, fool.'

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Listen up, everybody!

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Someone has sabotaged the Sat Nav! It's been re-programmed to return.

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Presumably when we were at the service station.

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I'd like whoever is responsible to own up, now.

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Please.

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What are you looking at?

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Mike, have you ever thought it could be broken?

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Will you stop it? It has that stupid voice stuck on it.

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-It's always been super-reliable.

-Mike!

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Right. I might as well get my sunglasses.

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Hey! And then we're off!

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Mike? Um. Is it too late to go to the beach, now?

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No! We're leaving!

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I just thought now we'd come all the way back?

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I've promised I'd get you all there.

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And I will... Even though it's like pushing jelly up a hill.

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-Why did you you bring the hamster?

-I couldn't just leave him behind.

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-Why not?

-Someone has got to look after him.

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How would you like it?

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-Are we there yet?

-'Do as I say.

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'Take the next left.'

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Relax, I've re-set it.

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Can I see the map, please?

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I need it, Sweetheart, I just want to keep it with the, just in case.

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Please?

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There you go.

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Thanks.

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-I'll bury you with this.

-Why though?

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Cos that's what you do on beaches.

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And then the tide comes in...

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HE SQUEALS

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-You did that on purpose!

-I feel sick!

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-Quick!

-'Keep straight ahead!'

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No! Not this time, my friend!

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-Are you all right?

-Yes.

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-I am now.

-Come on.

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-Let's get a drink.

-Tracy?

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-Yeah.

-Are we here?

-Er, yes.

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-And my sisters are there?

-Yes.

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Can we go stop off and pick them up?

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Not really. Because they'll be doing different things, won't they?

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-Please? Because...

-You only saw them a couple of days ago.

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I know. But they'd love to go to the seaside!

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Is that what you've been worrying about?

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Yes! How can I enjoy myself if they're not?

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But you were so excited earlier?

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I know. Then when we were making up that story, I remembered them...

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You'd be happy if you thought they were having a nice time.

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-They'd love to hear about your day.

-They wouldn't.

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Lily. You deserve a nice time, too.

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Everything OK?

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-Can I have a look?

-Absolutely.

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Mike! That stupid thing...

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-Do you know your sisters' number?

-Yeah.

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Hello!

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We're going to beach, the seaside.

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Next right, fool!

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-An apple.

-Gina, we're starving.

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Maybe you shouldn't have eaten your lunch at breakfast.

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So it serves you right.

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-I ate mine.

-I've only got a packet of crisps left.

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-Let's have 'em!

-No!

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Can we stop?

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Look, wait until we get there.

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-And then... I'll buy everyone fish and chips.

-I don't like fish.

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-No?

-Why are you getting it for me?

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Because... Have a sausage.

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-OK. When?

-When we get there!

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Let's stop now...

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Service station!

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I don't think I can bear this! It's the same service station...

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We came to hours ago?

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Not again...

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-So this castle...

-Covered in shells.

-Will you live there on your own?

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At first I thought my sisters might come...

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But they still might.

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Or they might just visit.

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-Uh-huh.

-But there's got to be a Fairy Queen.

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-To do the cooking?

-Yeah.

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And the washing up.

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Sorry, you can't come in.

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-Pardon?

-We're just closing.

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-That's ridiculous.

-Oh, is it? I'm sorry I'm 'ridiculous' for

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-protecting my premises from hoodlums!

-It's some kids having a day out.

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We want a quick bite to eat, then we'll be on our way.

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We're just hungry.

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The first sign of trouble.

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You have my word.

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Watch out, go on!

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Right. Listen. Ssshh!

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No messing about, please.

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OK. Who wants what? That was quick...

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I've lost Mr Hamster.

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What? Mr...? You brought the hamster?

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In here?!

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I brought him in for a snack.

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Give me strength.

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He might be outside!

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-That hamster is history.

-Roadkill.

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-A hairy pancake.

-You'll have to leave him.

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-I can't...

-This animal is not stopping me...

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us from getting to the seaside! Not after I promised I'd get us there.

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-Then I'll have to stay here.

-Me too! I can help...

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Not possible.

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-I promised I wouldn't leave him behind.

-We need to find Mr Hamster.

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No-one gets left behind.

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All right. Whatever it takes.

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SHOUTS: Right, everybody, listen up!

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SHRILL WHISTLE

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-What...?

-Free Sat Nav to whoever finds the hamster!

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SCREAMS

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Catch our Hamster!

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SHOUTING AND SCREAMING

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# ..Is it a monster? Is it a monster?

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# What's that coming over the hill?

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# Is it a monster? Is it a monster...? #

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SHOUTING CONTINUES

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Thanks.

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NERVOUSLY: No, he was joking about the Sat Nav.

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He's got my Sat Nav.

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Just go.

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As quickly as you can.

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Never come back here ever again... VOICE BREAKS

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..please.

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Just go now.

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Well, now that the Sat Nav's gone we might actually get there!

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Come on! Let's go and get our fish and chips.

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I know magic castles don't exist?

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-No.

-Or magic Fairy Queens?

-Oh, yeah.

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There's a few of them, if you look carefully.

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-Why haven't I seen one?

-Maybe you haven't looked hard enough.

-Hm.

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I live with one, although she's in a very good disguise.

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Right. Might as well fill up with petrol while we're here.

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If all goes to plan, we'll arrive just in time for a late swim.

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CHEERING

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-Why can't the bus go on its own?

-Because this bus runs on petrol.

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-But I filled it with diesel.

-Why?

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It was a mistake.

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-But the sign says petrol only.

-Yes.

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I know, Gus. That means this van is not going anywhere, guys.

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MOANING AND SHOUTING

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Kids, it's over.

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Mike.. Mike! It's all right.

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Look, there's nothing to be done.

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I'm going to have to phone a tow truck to take us home.

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EVERYONE SHOUTS

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CHATTING AND LAUGHING

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Looking good! Looking good!

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Hey, Mike. Remember Skegness in 2002?

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Yeah. Being buried up to my neck in sand would be an improvement,

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-quite frankly.

-No way!

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The journey's always the best bit.

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Let's have a look.

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Hang on. Hang on, Tracy, can you rewind that?

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Let me see that.

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Ah! So that's when the Sat Nav was re-set to take us home.

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Johnny, did you give me the diesel pump on purpose?

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Johnny, Liam!

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Come here, you.

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-Did you do it, then? On purpose?

-All right, Liam.

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What about the Sat Nav? Was that you?

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-I've never even seen the sea!

-You've got to tell us why, Johnny.

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No he doesn't.

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I'd forgotten, what happened because I was little. I remember now.

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Johnny doesn't have to say why he doesn't like the sea and the sand.

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-Yes, he does.

-Sapphire!

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Nobody has to talk about bad stuff that's happened to them.

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-It didn't happen to me. It's what

-I

-did to someone else.

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I buried Tee in the sand. For fun.

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But the tide started to come in, really fast.

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And I couldn't get her out.

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You thought it was all a big game.

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But Mum had gone off with her stupid boyfriend

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and there was no-one to help us.

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I thought you were going to drown. SOBS

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You haven't been to the sea since, have you?

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No way.

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But we're safe now, aren't we?

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So it would have been OK.

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I'm sorry.

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-It doesn't matter...

-Yeah, it does.

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Tee's right. We would have been fine.

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-I've taken everyone's best day away from them.

-Mr Milligan?

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Yes?

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-Taking you back to Elm Tree House?

-Yes.

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Actually, no - change of plan.

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We want you to to tow us

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to Sandiford Beach, please.

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CHEERING

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-How we pay for the mini-bus home is another matter.

-Hm...

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-We could use my book money.

-No!

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-It's OK, the magic Fairy Queen won't mind.

-Come on then.

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All aboard!

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LAUGHTER AND SHOUTING

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It's not often you take 12 people, and a hamster,

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and catch them happy in a single moment.

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Mike was right. Days like this are about having memories to cherish.

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And if anyone ever asks me the best seaside fish and chips

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I ever ate were I'd say...

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Did someone put vinegar on these?

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