Laetitia met her group in Fowey again. They did a photo walkabout in the morning, stopping to visit the church where Kenneth Grahame was married. That afternoon they visited a shop where classic wooden sailboats were made and, then, the group went off on their own to shop. Laetitia found a bench on the waterfront where she could watch the passing scene and overheard a Cornish teenager bragging about what he was going to do when he visited Hawaii next month with his parents. Back at the hotel, Laetitia presented the limerick of the day.
To Hawaii, goes a young Cornish boy
To a luau, but not for the poi
He goes, I’m afraid
Cause he’s heard he’ll get leid
Which happens quite seldom in Fowey.