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The Fairy Garden







A few weeks ago my family and I celebrated my sister Kerry's 28th birthday. My mum, Kerry and i went to the old thatch tea rooms in the old village of Shanklin (iow). The tea room is on the number 3 bus route, at the bottom of the old village. You can't miss it, the tea room is painted pink! Each room has its own theme it's very quirky, fresh and cosy until you're led outside by the friendly staff members. I was taken aback by the creative, enchanting and secluded garden, named the fairy garden. Everywhere you look there was more fairies, it's such a magical little place with big imagination. We ordered fresh scones with clotted cream, jam and a pot of tea. It only cost £4.95each this was very reasonable and possibly the best cream tea I've ever had. Next time we go we'll take Poppy as she will love it. 
 One of the best things about living on this island is the little treasures you find along the way, there's so much more around this little island, you just have to find them! 

I hope you enjoyed the fairy garden tour 
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx 

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