Archives for November, 2007
Seeing that Google Maps now allows open collaboration, I’ve started a European Travel Map that allows anyone to add to it. View Larger Map Feel free to add in any useful info you can think of: Hotels to avoid, ones that are good Memorable restaurants The best pubs & clubs Engaging museums or art exhibits […]
Read Part 1 here. When you turn off the motorway to head up the mountains through Adenau, the road gets a little twisty – well really, a lot twisty! It seems to be an endless series of hairpin bends joined by long sloping curves. There’s no way to rush on this road – not unless […]
SCOTLAND DIES LAUGHING Most would have been dead within minutes TRIBUTES are being paid to Scotland this morning after the entire country laughed itself to death. The alarm was first raised at around 10pm last night as thousands of phone calls and text messages went unanswered. Small groups of volunteers from Berwick-Upon-Tweed and Carlisle ventured […]
George Sfarnas is one person that never fails to cheer me up, no matter how bad the day…
An excellent video of Steve Job’s commencement address to the graduating class from Stanford University 2005 – a lot of very valuable ‘out of the box’ business learnings.
I may be a woman, but I am aware of just how many crap woman drivers are out there… Enjoy this video of some really bad driving, set to an alternative version of the “Sheila’s Wheels” advert theme tune.
I think this is how Twenty got his black eye, it was all Throatripper’s fault…
This is the story of our honeymoon; a long story, so I will break it into several parts. When planning the European road trip for our honeymoon there were three specific events that we wished to attend, firstly we had booked a madcap lap of the Nordschliefe circuit at the Nurburgring in Germany. From there […]
glumbert – Sports Acrobatics: The 5 Disciplines