Posted by: Admin | September 6, 2010

Oh I do like to be by the seaside…

image taken from Newquay Tourism

Ah, the great British holiday! Sand, sea, surf … and rain, rain rain. So much rain, in fact, and so much more forecast that we’ve decided to take a week long membership at a local spa. It’s a tough life. Shower, pool, shower, jacuzzi, shower, steam, shower, sauna, shower, and start all over again. Damn, I’m clean.

Internet access is severely restricted, however, so please bear with me if posts are limited this week. Normal service will be resumed week Monday. Meanwhile, I invite you to browse through the archive and read the posts you’ve missed. x



  1. Hey I’m by the seaside too, Curacao in the Netherland Antillies. Nope I’d never heard of it myself till last tuesday and look here I am. Will view your musings from a distance.

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