Seaside Cruiser House Boat

A Day at Starry Island

One sunny day the Chocolate Rabbit Family, Striped Cat Family and a few friends decided to spend the day at Sea Breeze Cape.
"I'll sail us to a fun little island" suggested Rhys Chocolate, captain of the Seaside Cruiser.

"All Aboard!" called Shane Sandy enthusiastically.
Their fun-filled day was about to begin … their destination Starry Island.

Once they had arrived, the children slid down the slide, splashing into the sea, one after another.
Now that they had stopped, Shane was allowed to take over the helm and pretend to be the captain.

Saffron Walnut and the babies started playing in the upper-deck pool. "Look Saffron Look!" called Crème Chocolate as she slid down the slide.

"We've got one!" cried Ralph Walnut and Coco Chocolate together. From the back of the cruiser they had caught a big fish with Granddad Rhys. "This will be perfect for the barbecue" suggested Rhys.
They grilled the fish and laid out tables and chairs under the shad of a palm tree ... making the island into a fashionable little restaurant.

After lunch Freya and Sabrina Sandy played in the sea. Floating in rubber rings and snorkelling for treasure.

Just before heading back to shore, Sabrina went to collect some of the star-shaped sand to take home. Sticking out from the sand she found something shiny … a small glass bottle.
Insdie was a rolled piece of paper. "I wonder what it says" Sabrina asked.

The other children were all very curious, and quickly surrounded Sabrina to have a look.
"Hmmmm" she said, "It says … this is the clearest sea I've ever seen …", she read allow.
The message appeared to be about something hidden on Adventure Island.
"Let's go and explore" suggested Ralph.
"Next time" said Grandada Rhys, " you need to keep a few adventures for your next visit!"

The children were delighted … they could not wait until there next cruise to Adventure Island.

The End.


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