Travel Blogs from Weymouth
... and 1 shack.
We have slept in bunk beds, trains, two-foot wide beds, single beds, double beds, kingsize, super duper kingsize and even a circular bed and of course some "you wouldn't want to sleep in" beds
We have learned how to say good morning and thank you in a few different languages and of course "OCO" (oi choi oi) which is Vietnamese for OMG.
We have been bitten by all kinds of insects, soaked to the skin, burnt ...
Don't often go here, but when I do it is always refreshing. A mixed bag of people, most are friendly, others are just themselves.
Not many ringbinders and much better musicians than many a session. I am not into Irish music, as they can make a single tune last for an age. Irish songs, now they are much better.
and it was a full ...
Trusted the folk calendar but it was wrong, so a wasted trip (via a Tally Ho in the Ropemakers) to Eype and the New Inn.
So headed to Chickerell...oh my god how awful. Still Al got to sing.
Then trundled to Tom Browns to see Sedwell....a v busy and raucous ...
... too present in the daily life of most the population. Our visit was all too brief and we barely scratched the surface. The two main cities definitely have their issues but the people continue on and are an inspiration.Vietnam felt the most conflicted. It’s communist and yet the people have no power. The tourist industry , especially in the South is becoming more aimed to the Russian market. The beaches are still beautiful though and it is a fascinating place.
First of all a lovely pint of Tally Ho at the Ropemakers. The barrel was a new one.
Then off to the Arts Centre to enjoy some good music. Not a friendly response from the girls...quite the opposite in fact. Sat on the front row which wasn't the best place for the sound. Sat next to a guy I know from Salway Ash.
Nice short trek home and ...