Hay Festival 2014: What it Looks like/What to Do/Where to Go? (Part 2)

JpegThere is an island spot where you can sit on the free deck chairs but it was a drizzly day and it was not worth getting mud on my shoes to sit there. With better weather it’s an opportune time to read and wait in between events. 🙂

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The venues are clearly sign posted and there are lot’s of stalls and random things to look at. All good fun for any age and if you have children 🙂JpegJpegJpegThere was a charming blackboard of quotes and wishes people wanted to accomplish before they die. Again my phobia of mud paralysed me from walking over and jotting down my very modest bucketlist: a luxury holiday in the Maldives, publish lot’s and lot’s of books, fall in love, eat Beluga Caviar with Lord Disick and go shopping with Mark Francis Vandelli and Ooooo meet Louis Theroux! 😛Jpeg

The onsite Bookshop:

This is where you can purchase new and some backlist titles of the writers and authors in attendance. Also the book-signings take place here too!

Check out my video from my Youtube Channel: Catherine Vaughan for behind the scenes views!

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