This weekend we have mostly been camping in North Wales with Tony and Suzy, in a little village called Saron to be exact. It is a little off the beaten track, down some crazy single lane twisty roads, but the campsite was very nice and did the job just fine.

After a hearty BBQ Saturday night we spent Sunday doing some proper sightseeing. We started off by going to Rhyl, on the North Wales coast. It is the usual seaside stuff, with some dodgy bits and good bits. We chose to ride the Rhyl Sky Tower, which at £1.50 each is a bargain. Dawn took a video of the experience as we rose and spun above Rhyl. We then headed off to the Rhyl Miniature Railway, which I and Suzy in the end were quite excited about / interested in.

Following that we walked along the front, went to the sea life center then headed off. We got to Rhuddlan Castle, a fantastic monument. Apparently a lot of people diverted the course of the river so the castle could be supplied by the sea.

After that we squeezed in a visit to Dyserth Waterfall before heading back, absolutely shattered.

That evening we went to a very nice country pub called the Kings Head in Llanrhaedr where Dawn and I enjoyed lovely pate and a Guinness and beef casserole, forgotten what Tony and Suzy had.

Monday we headed off to a nearby lake and played on the kids playground there, before finishing our weekend with a marathon (literally) shopping trip at Elsmere Port outlet village.

As usual there are plenty of photos of the whole affair, and a few videos too. Enjoy!