or, stuff that I dragged out of my head

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Thursday, May 27, 2010

It's All a Blur

It really is all a blur. We've been here for two weeks and it feels like a LOT longer.

You can read some details, mostly olfactory, over on my other blog, if you want. All you really need to know for now is that there are lots of really great-looking men all over the UK (and also Paris), that the Victoria and Albert is an amazing museum that would take many trips to truly do justice to, and that London is now officially my favouritest city in the whole world, surpassing even New York, Bath, and Edinburgh, which have all been bumped down a notch, and I want to move here. Of course, that would take quite a lot of money, which I don't have, especially after this trip, but who knows what the future will bring?

Monday, May 17, 2010

Checking In

Well, here's what; we're in the UK again. If you want to read about our adventures last time around, click on September 2007 over there in the sidebar to the left.

Last time, I wrote my posts at an Internet cafe. This time, I'm writing on an iPod touch, so this will be very brief. I'll fill in the details when I get back. There will also probably be typos, so bear with me.

Day 1 (Friday): Fly to London. Stay in a capsule hotel at Gatwick, very small and purple and cool. Take the train to Bath.

Day 2: Bath is gorgeous. I want to move there. See a terrific street magician, Billy Kidd. She's Canadian.

Day 3. Jesus Mary and Joseph there are some fine-looking men in Bath. Attend, and you need not believe this, the Bath Coffee Festival. Play surdo in a samba band for the first time in 6 years.

Day 4 (today): Take the train to Edinburgh via Birmingham, which may have a lot to recommend it, I wouldn't know, we were there for less than 3 hours, but god almighty there are some fine-looking men there. Very international. See a woman in a full burqa, which creeps me out; Christopher Hitchens is right.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Long Time No See

I have let it slide, haven't I?

Well, it's about to slide for another little while. I'll probably be out of commission for the next few weeks. Perhaps there will be a posting or two, but more likely not. Maybe a change of perspective is what I need to start posting again on a regular basis.