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Category Archives: Life
Bizarrely, in the news today (17th June 2010) it turns out that Exeter has a policy for busking in the city. Stunning, isn’t it. Apparently, said buskers have to audition for a place in the city so that they can … Continue reading
Heathrow Terminal 5 is a disaster. It’s a year since I last travelled through and, if anything, it has got worse. I had a return trip to Canada over the last two weeks. Going out wasn’t too bad; coming back … Continue reading
BAA is British Airports Authority. They ‘run’ the main airports around London which include Heathrow, Gatwick and Standsted. Unfortunately, Heathrow T5 is the centre of operations for British Airways. I say ‘unfortunately’ because travelling through T5 is a thoroughly unpleasant … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago my wife, Helen, had a business trip to Bristol. So, rather than driving or taking the train, the quickest option was to travel by EasyJet from Newcastle to Bristol. She had to take her passport … Continue reading
For the first time, and allegedly the last, I wen’t to LugRadio Live UK 2008 in …. Wolverhampton. I’d never been to Wolverhampton before; it was just about everything I had expected.
Just when I thought I didn’t need any new reasons not to travel to the US a new one pops up: Europeans and other potential enemies of the US are to be forced to deposit their personal details on the … Continue reading