Can Cun? Cancun!

Blogging for the next week will be, depending on connectability, probably very light.

Because I’m off to Mexico for a holiday this week.

All thanks to my brother who is paying for it all.  (Yes I am very lucky to have such a nice brother).

So for the next week I shall be reclining on the beach while trying to get the tan on my left arm to match the deeper tan on my right arm.  I shall also be sipping colourful drinks and admiring the scenery.

When I get back, I’ll take all the comments and emails on the accessibility of this site, and will have a major redesign.

Oh, and if a plane from Gatwick to Mexico plummets into the ocean, and this blog stops updating – then you know what has happened.

21 thoughts on “Can Cun? Cancun!”

  1. Have a super ridiculously fantabulous time!I want scads of stories that begin with, “So I'm lying on the beach with a margarita*…”

    You should be sure to bring back some tequila. And vanilla. And jewelry – did I mention my birthday's coming up?

    *margarita, senorita, whatever…  ðŸ˜‰

  2. If I were you I'd stick up the closed sign for a few days and forget all about the blog and the rest of the world!Go, enjoy, relax, tan yourself and send us a postcard :o)

  3. Have a great time. I have worked 126 hours this week – I am sooooooooooo jealous! Enjoy it. I'm sure it will be great!

  4. suntanned right arm, white left arm, almost a Truck Driver, just need the licence now Don't you.Have a good holiday

  5. try the flamed spatchcocked chicken. and up by the point (with one ocean on the left and another on the right), there are some fantastic outdoor cafe/eateries. oh, and you must try the Ceviches, a local seafood dish that is phenomenal. and watch out for that beach– it's full of sand. nightmare.dammit, i can't remember the name of this phenomenal restaurant in the town behind cancun with the semi-garden and the waiters pouring flames back and forth in front of you…. i'll post it if i remember >:

  6. try the flamed spatchcocked chicken. and up by the point (with one ocean on the left and another on the right), there are some fantastic outdoor cafe/eateries. oh, and you must try the Ceviches, a local seafood dish that is phenomenal. and watch out for that beach– it's full of sand. nightmare.dammit, i can't remember the name of this phenomenal restaurant in the town behind cancun with the semi-garden and the waiters pouring flames back and forth in front of you…. i'll post it if i remember >:

  7. Dammit…your blog hates me. I got the st00pid “is down for while” error again, which did NOT mean double posting last time, but this time DID. Grr.But since it did, I'll add another Huzzah! for your brother, to make it three cheers.

    Also, I'll stop drinking.

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