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Off to Manchester after supper to be next to the airport for the early morning flight! Need to check in at 6.40 am (sigh)... But very excited to get on the way! Hoping for an upgrade due to it being my birthday (10th feb), however, will be very surprised if i get one! Fingers crossed. Etihad flight to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi ...
... fans ahead of the World Cup in Brazil, hiked the Inca Trail in Peru, went diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, jumped out of a plane in New Zealand and lazed on paradise beaches in Thailand.
I won’t lie – I had the time of my life. But when I pulled into my driveway and stepped out into that freezing Sheffield air, something just felt right. Quaffing red wine on the sofa with my ...
... tell me you’re jealous and that you really want to do it. Save up the money, book the time off and just do it. What are you waiting for? Look how much fun I had! Look. Look at those pictures. Look. Oh this one's funny too. This was when I went to...
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So anyway, finally, I would like to say a belated goodbye to this blog. It was a truly wonderful way of condensing my experiences and portraying what was going on to you guys at home. I would also like to say ...
... as anecdotal and amusing as possible. Every time an American asks me if I know the Queen, you will know. Every time I get presented with a culinary masterpiece (otherwise known as my road to obesity), I will be 'that guy’ looking like a dick and taking a photo of it, and you will know. Every time I see something so brilliantly stereotypically American, you will know. Well, maybe. I mean, there could be a lot of stuff so ...
... must have been a pretty gruesome thing to see…..and hear.
She than showed us the Hanging tree at the south end of the city limits. They would put the noose around the neck of the intended, and have them stand on a bucket. The executioner would then kick the bucket from under the poor chap, and that is how the expression "kick the bucket" came to be known.
It is quite funny how the origins of some of the expressions we use in everyday ...