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    11 July, 2007

    BBC Wales holidays....

    Replies from BBC journalists on their holiday plans have been pouring in. At least they were till Ashok told them not to reply!

    If I was Rhodri, I would want to know why so many are heading for Mwnt....

    Arwyn Jones:
    ‘Pounding the streets of Cardiff looking for a house. ‘I might also spoil myself to a few days climbing / camping in Snowdonia. The hills of South Wales don't really compare with the mountains of my beloved North Wales.’

    Rhuanedd Richards:
    ‘I'm going to Italy and Mwnt.’

    Phil Parry:
    ‘Taking the kids to Nain and Taid in Penlline for a start and then a campsite somewhere - maybe Brittany.’

    Adrian Masters:
    ‘I will be spending the summer at home in Newport. The carbon emissions I save from staying in one place may be enough to offset a flight to Anglesey for a friend's wedding.’

    Betsan Powys:
    ‘I go to Tenby with the family on Saturday, then to the Eisteddfod in Mold and we're also fitting in a week in Criccieth in late August. How pc is that?!’

    Vaughan Roderick
    ‘In my garden! I'm saving up my carbon for a trip to Malaysia in October to celebrate Eid.’

    Ciaran Jenkins:
    ‘I'll be lucky to get one - though I might find a spare weekend to hook up with my old choir chums in a cottage in the Cotswolds.’

    Mark Palmer:
    ‘Penparc (Cardigan) - very close to Mwnt...will be taking the kids dolphin and Rhodri spotting....’

    Toby Mason is already away:
    'I'm on leave until Monday, July 16.'

    As for me - no flights this year. Tidying our garden in Llwynypia. Driving through France to the South again. I normally go to the Eisteddfod and may manage that again but that will be for work reasons.

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