Thursday, January 20, 2005

Me again.

Well I had fun in Prague. What a fantastic place, good beer, and extremely friendly women.
I went with soem friends from Ramsgate and traveled with Eujet for £26.80 return, and stayed in a hostel for £7.50 a night.....bonus!
Well there was a lot of culture, a lot of beer, and a lot of boobies! There were actually so many that I was boobieboggled and imagined I was seeing them everywhere!
Well thats enough of that but I'd recommend Prague to anyone. If you want to go with a partner and see the culture then you can do that and if you want to go with the lads and get pissed then it's just as easy to do that.

I brought some absinthe back and last monday 10th I went out and drank wine, lager, vodka, and absinthe. There are soem memories missing but I think the outstanding effort on my part was to get a cab from a local pub/club to somewhere further away from home and then walk back and twist my ankle and bugger the ligaments in it so that I have trouble walking and will not be able to run for a good few weeks!!! Brilliant.

that's all for now

peace out and word to your mother.

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Happy New zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Well there you go. Au revoir 2004. Bonjour 2005.

It doesn't feel any different does it? Except we're one year closer to getting fucked. It's a scary world out there and things like this Tseunami shit that's going on can only cast doubt on the future. I can't even comprehend it.

How did we cope? We dranks ourselves silly at New year to forget. How lucky we are that we can do that. Why not do something good for a change and donate to the Disasters Emergency Committee which is an umbrella group of UK charities including, among others, British Red Cross, Cafod, Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund.
It's quite heart warming to see the amount that the public has donated (I even gave £10 myself, what's that really? 4 pints?) but I do wonder why we don't give more often. It shows we have the money but sometimes can't be bothered. Click here for an interesting article on how much we give to charity.