The site crashed most effectively in early 2019, and it took me nearly a year to try to fix it, time and apathy being what they are. I finally did it, though, and here it is. My efficiency at backing
Europe 5 – A Roma
A two hour flight takes all day, of course, or at least well into the evening. Within thirty minutes of landing in Italy, I know two things. At the airport (!) an espresso costs €1.10. Also, these people have completely
Europe 4 – Llibertat
Plans to take the boys to the Tibidabo fun park come immediately undone as the damn place doesn’t open until tomorrow. After some googling for alternatives, I am set free to wander the streets of Barcelona without either of Messrs
Europe 3 – Knackered
Seeing the city you’re visiting had to be better than hurtling through a black tube, right? Right, so let’s make the kids walk a couple of kilometres first thing. Ooh look, Gaudí. Queue to see inside though, so nah. Repeat.
Europe 2 – We Have Come Down
After chasing us all night, the sun finally caught up with us as we descended into Dubai, where I had cleverly left us about nine hours to pop in to the city and get my first ever look at a
Europe 1 – We Have Lift Off
It’s a long journey, from Willunga to Adelaide Airport, by public transport and mother-in-law. The 10pm flight started at 4.30pm, at bus stop 99, Aldinga Road. As good a place as any to shoot for the moon. Bus then train.
I trust I shall always be there for my friends, @garthk. With apologies to @ccohanlon, whose tweet this is.
A Viewer’s Guide to the Apocalypse
Want to know what to keep an eye out for as the presidential election unfolds? Got your back. The US presidential election is one of the two great quadrennial spectator spectaculars – right up there with the You Know Perfectly
Willunga Waldorf School, Jay Drive, Willunga, on April 9th, is your chance to grab a second hand clothing bargain. And I genuinely mean bargain, because some of the clothes on offer are a bit special. We’ve been gathering clothes from