In all honesty, the festival took a hell of a lot out of me. I took a massive amount of painkillers (codine, ibruphren, paracetamol), just to get through the days and be able to walk around, which resulted in even more pain when I stopped the painkillers on Monday, (it was a long drive home and I didn't want to risk been impaired). The walk to get the car from the parking area, was excruciating.
The festival was brilliant, I thoroughly recommend it. It was expensive at £85 per adult and £35 per child; but for 3 nights camping and the sheer amount of activities and performances, it was more than worth it. It truly was magical.
"Well, well, you're not children!" he retorted. Hehehe.
It did rain a lot on Sunday, so we did spend most of the morning in the tents, and ventured out in the afternoon. We still got very wet, but eventually the rain dried up and sun came out, so the day ended with blue skies and sunshine.
I would love to go back, although I am debating it, as it was a very long journey, it was suppose to be four and half hours long; but with traffic it was over 6 hours both ways. Truly though, if you're able to go, do. It was amazingly magical.