Added to this you could twist a wheel in the middle of the balloon that would send it spinning in one direction and then veering off to the next depending which way you turned it.
With the wet weather it was quite hard to turn and reminded me of that scene at the end of The Poseidon Adventure where Gene Hackman has to twist a handle to save the lives of the survivors. It certainly seemed as bloody hard to twist (although we didn’t fall to our deaths like he did).
After spending all of our time until now up in the air we decided to take to the water and hitch a ride on Grandpa Pig’s boat ride, which again Isabelle enjoyed.
What was great about all the rides was that there was plenty of room for grown ups to experience it all as well, even if today the seats were soaked and even after they were mopped up with a sponge you still got dripped on or the water within the ride sloshed around you for the entire duration.
We also tried to win Iz a large George Pig for on one of the traditional fairground stalls which was trying to get two balls to stay in a bucket.