Whatever you don't go. We paid a huge amount of money to stand in queues all day. Arrived at 10, left at 3 and managed a total of 2 rides. I expected to queue - maybe 40 minutes for the really popular rides, but this was over an hour for EVERY ride. tried to get in the wave pool but with so many other people i didn't feel it was possible to watch the children (all competent swimmers) and know that they were ok. The queues for rides extended well past shady areas so you just stand there baking in the relentless sun. To make it worse, some people have priority tickets and can go straight to the front of the queue. try explaining that to children that have been patient beyond their years and disappointed beyond any reasonable expectation. We had intended staying all day but having spent the day queuing to ride, really didn't feel like we had the patience to queue to get out of that car park. We cut our losses and enjoyed the beach..for free!. Truly disgusted. It is obvious that the only interest here is in selling tickets, as there can not be any hope of giving visitors a good day when so many people have been let in. I am appalled to see that last night they are still advertising. Be warned. The experience is nothing like the add. Don't waste your money.
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