First up – a great snapshot of life – real life, from the streets of Mumbai. It’s been a while since a DD shirt has been shot in Mumbai – around 9 years to be amazingly almost exact to the day since the last shirt shot from Mumbai. Here is Slawek and Angela in Mumbai. … and the second whammy; – Richard… Read more →
Went for a walk at the weekend with some friends. Harewood area. Felix was down in London village, visiting friends so our walk was en route to destination Leeds to pick him up on the Sunday. We were lucky enough to see a heard (collective pro noun citation needed) of deer. They were estate deer, but we saw them in… Read more →
Yesterday, I fancied a beach walk. Bridlington, on the East Coast of Yorkshire was the destination I plumped for, so having suitably enthused my family, off we set. We parked at a spot about 2 and a half miles south of the town, with a view to a perambulation, followed by a ice cream / cup-o-tea (optional) followed by a… Read more →
You may recall a post from a couple of months ago, when I was foretelling the adventures of Richard Fountain – who was en route to as far as you can go. Well – he’s been in touch – he’s recently been comms down on an intercontinental journey across the South Atlantic Ocean – from Africa to South America. The front of… Read more →
I tried one of these – the taste – somewhere between battery acid and 1000 lemons. Awful level set to extreme hostile. Naturally, I wanted to let my kids experience them…Here’s the video of them attempting the Sour Challenge.
So we had a quick trip to Dublin at the weekend. Many birds with a single stone. Hanging out with a bunch of friends from England – Henry (from recent As You Like It fame) decided to have his 30th birthday in the fair city of Dublin. Good times; visited the zoo (excellent thing to do) and went out for… Read more →
uShip potential customers – beware. We recently contacted a service provider through a service called uShip. The concept of Uship seemed really good – a real dragons den of an idea – in essence, service providers (typically ‘van drivers’) bid on jobs posted by people who need stuff shifting. The concept, if it all goes smoothly is excellent. The customer… Read more →
We experienced two incredible and quite unique pieces of Yorkshire Art this weekend. The first being in the form of a play at Harrogate Theatre on Friday night. The Lighthouse on Shivering Sands. Adapted from a short story, this tale of intrigue was told using just 4 very adaptive actors and an ingenious set and prop combo that could transform from a ship, to… Read more →