Glastonbury Travel Guide
The best thing about being a travel presenter is that I get to visit lots of different places and this is definitely one of them. Welcome to Glastonbury.
Glastonbury was discovered by Bruce Forsyth in 1967 and since then has become a popular destination, visited by thousands of people a year, namely the locals who have come to affectionately refer to the town as “home".
But Glastonbury isn’t just a town full of freaks and weirdos… I’m sorry, I read that wrong…. Glastonbury IS just a town full of freaks and weirdos and the high percentage of shops that sell products of no real use or value really makes that clear.
Take this shop for example which specialise in hemp screwdriver pouches.
One of the nicest things about Glastonbury is that all crime has been illegal here since 1997, making it one of the safest places in England. The tightened laws were brought in to effect after the murder Lord Alison Glastonbury in 1994. He was mutilated so badly that police could only identify the body by his anal records.
No trip to Glastonbury would be complete without a trip to Castle Greyskull which is where, legend has it, King Bruno sat and looked over the town while being pleasured by exotic Indian concubines. That was ages ago though, it’s empty now.
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