Sandcastle enthusiasts have been warned to avoid a certain beach in Cornwall at all costs. That’s because the sand at Perranporth beach is simply ‘too damp’, according to an utterly bizarre review left on Trip Advisor.
A holidaymaker who apparently doesn’t understand how the tide works left the scathing review after making the trip to Perranporth. Perranporth beach in Cornwall is a surfer’s paradise but not the best if you like dry sand, apparently. She complained that the wet sand makes building sandcastles tough, and the beach was ‘far too busy’ for her liking. But despite all that, she still rated it a respectable three out of five – so the trip can’t have been that bad.
The woman wrote: ‘I found the sand to be much too damp – not great for building sand castles. ‘There are a few car parks but I think we were just lucky in finding a space.’ The Trip Advisor review made its way onto social media, where locals had a laugh at its expense. She still rated it three out of five.
One person wrote: ‘Also went to Perranporth once and the sea was wet. ‘If you could sort that out to it would be very much appreciated.’ Family of man found dead in Ibiza believe he was killed and are offering £5,000 reward Surfing shop Piran Surf also made light of the review on Facebook. It posted: ‘Check this review out of our beach! ‘Considering like most beaches we have tides and the sand remarkably gets wet… we will still try and keep our sand less damp.