We forewent the traditional Halloween activities this year, and instead opted for a trip to Legoland. I somewhat mourned the loss of trick or treating, after all, I've only done it once. But even after traipsing around The theme park and navigating our way back to Windsor, the revellers found us. Firstly in the form of some teenagers asking if we had any sweets in our various bags, but then another woman passed us by, noticing we had children, and digging out a little something wrapped in tin foil. "Share them", she said, "they're German jellies."
Throwing all instincts about strangers and random packets of tin foil, I decided to delve inside, and was thankfully greeted with some actual German jellies. I believe they were Haribo, but the proper German version, softer and sweeter than the ones you'd find in the UK. So thanks, random lady in the street, your German jellies were fruity and delicious, and not even full of razor blades. As for poison and laxatives? I guess we'll find out later, but for now I'm going to say that while accepting things wrapped in foil from strangers is normally not advisable, tonight it paid off. Happy Halloween.
My rating: 5/5