After tea, a shower was in order, the Bologna proved itself again as a lovely hot shower was had by both of us, which in turn led to bed time again.
Being away in the Bologna, meant we could meet up with some friends, Ann and Gary from Brooksontour, who we had met only earlier in the year through our shared interest in caravanning.
Bailey Unicorn owners themselves, they were keen to hear what we really thought of the Pegasus Grande, they listened intently to every word spoken; it was as they were being entrusted with a huge secret.
After a few days of adventure and exploration, it was time to hitch up and head home. There were heavy hearts as we returned our home for the past few days back to Bailey of Bristol.
Whilst away in the Pegasus Grande everything was tried and tested, we were impressed with the finishes, functionality and workings of the van, the G-shape lounge transpired to be an absolute winner along with the kitchen and bedroom. Even the almost silent Truma heating had proved itself to us Alde lovers.
But one thing hung over the Bologna, again no doubt a winner for the devoted Bailey buyer, but not for us – we would have loved a bit more bling on the exterior. However, as always we had a solution, a ‘Here We Tow limited edition’ with a chrome, silver and black front and some added decals to the sides. If that were to happen, we would actually buy a Pegasus Grande Bologna and I’m sure that may come as a surprise to some.
Watch the YouTube video of our trip here.