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I’ll be leaving for Prestatyn, Wales tomorrow to spend a long weekend at the Presthaven Sands holiday park hopefully enjoying some sunshine and long walks on the beach. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the sunshine, of course, because the last time Karl and I went away it rained all weekend and I had to walk around wearing a giant orange condom (poncho).

Anyway, during this time I’ll be placing all comments in moderation (starting tomorrow morning) and my guestbook and guestblock will be password protected. This is because I’m a miserable bugger. Actually, no, it’s just so I don’t have to deal with as much spam when I get back. Toodle-oo!

Comments

  1. says

    Have a nice holiday, I’ve been to prestatyn! I walked from the mountain we were staying on all the way to the sea. My friend Mark said it would be a good idea, at 3am. 1 hour later and some severe sobering up, we decided it wasn’t such a good idea, so had a nap on the beach before returning. My comments are in capitals because I forgot to give them a class tag, so they went to the default caps thing I had set. I’m to lazy to mess around with it at the moment… heheh

  2. says

    Huh, leaving me all on my own? That’s just disgraceful, that is. I’m, like, never talking to you evar again!1! Only joking (yeah, sorry about that – you were hoping I was for real :P ), have a great time. :D

  3. says

    Oooh, have fun! And good luck with the weather! Right now it’s my spring break and I’m dancing in NYC or sitting on my behind at the computer. But I did get my hair cut, so that’s okay. :P See you soon!

  4. says

    Have a good time on your holiday and hope you won’t have to be a walking condom — er, poncho — again. ;)

  5. says

    I’ve heard about a bar in Prestatyn that dates back to 1662 and was granted licence by King Edward II. Talk about a town steeped in history, things like this just don’t exist in the US. I also heard a decent amount about ghosts in the town, but I’ve never been one to believe such things. Maybe seeing one would change my mind :)