On Jersey we have had a lot of grey and rainy days recently. So much so that when we see a blue sky we practically whoop with excitement. Last Sunday was another grey day with patches of drizzle so we decided to do something different. We decided that we were going to visit the dinosaurs. Yep, we have dinosaurs on Jersey.
Tamba Park is Jersey’s newest attraction. Set in the parish of St Mary amongst beautiful countryside. We paid £3 each for entry which included entry to the whole park, including a ride on the boats. With two dinosaur mad girls we had to make a beeline for the dinotrail first.
Walking through a dinosaur mouth, much to the excitement of the girls, we found that we had gone back in time and were now walking amongst dinosaurs.
Being brave we tiptoed past the moving dinosaurs. Being careful not to attract their attention.
There were some very scary dinosaurs that were obviously hungry. Holding onto each other we scuttled past them.
Phew, we made it out alive, no one had become a dinosaurs’ snack. It started to rain so rather bravely we sought shelter in another dinosaur’s mouth.
Hiding in his jaw we watched the rain falling down and admired the lake.
Oldest was very brave and decided to count the dinosaur’s sharp teeth. When the rain stopped we decided to go and enjoy the park. Oldest had a go at driving the remote controlled boats.
Before she decided to launch herself down the zip line
We then carried on exploring the park before heading to the cafe where we sampled the cakes and drank hot chocolate and coffee. We watched the people on the boats, having fun steering their boats round the lake. We were going to go on the boats but youngest was fast morphing into a grumpasauras as she needed a nap so we reluctantly left the park behind.
We had a great time at Tamba Park, in fact oldest said it was “dino-mite”