Nigel is staying in Rhyl, somewhere he has never been before so it's all a huge adventure for him and the The PE and Finance Ladies have sorted out, in Nigel's opinion, a pretty good hotel, right on the sea front.
The ladies have booked a very large family style room, the ladies have a double bed each while Nigel has a large single. He says it's all working out really well, the PE Lady has worked out a bathroom rota and Nigel has been put in charge of making the tea/coffee/hot chocolate for everyone, when they get in at night and first thing in the morning.
Everyone is getting on really well, but Nigel has said that, in the company of women, he has had to learn how to avert his eyes at certain times.
Their room has a sea view, after our many Greek Odysseys perhaps not the most romantic of views, but whatever the vista the sea always holds Nigel in total thrall.
The hotel's foyer, he tells us, is dominated by very interesting display, the one wall is awash with a myriad of humourous plaques ......
...... although very originaland quite a talking point, Nigel says it's not the sort of feature wall that would be worth mentioning to Darrell as a source of interior inspiration ............ especially as Darrell's usual decor mantra tends to be along the lines of "less is more" as opposed to "everything in gay abundance"! I think on this occasion I would tend to side with Darrell.