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March 18, 2005

Saturday in Prague

Written while I was in prague:

I'm sat in the youth hostel at the moment, writing this on the back of some of the hostel's comment forms, as, dipstick that I am, I remembered a pen but forgot to bring any paper. Tomorrow I'll buy a notebook of some discription. Everyone else has gone out clubbing this evening, to what is purportedly Europe's largest nightclub. I hate nightclubs, invariably feeling hot, claustrophobic and lonely in equal measures. Seeing as I have this problem in the Union, I'd imagine that a saturday night in a club full of drunken stag parties and people I can't understand would be far worse. I'm much happier sat here, plugged into my ipod having a bit of a relax so that Im raring to go tomorrow morning to see Prague itself. There will be plenty of other opportunities for socialising, including he pub crawl that is already planned.

Prague, so far, is lovely. It is very much like the old german and austrian towns I remember from my childhood (such a long long time ago!), and feels somehow comfortingly familiar. I'll try to provide a much more indepth 'city tour' once all my pictures have been developed and scanned.

The city definately wins bonus points for value. When you can buy three drinks and still get change from a 100 Koruna notes (That's about £2.50) you know you're doing well. We had a treat for lunch today, eating in one of the more expensive restaurants in the square. A three course meal with drinks sil cost only abou £13. Not bad at all.


The journey over here was fairly uneventful, although I do wonder why people are so alergic to seatbelts. Why is it so difficult to understand the instruction to leave seatbelts fastened until the captain turns of the sign? One would almost think that people thought the seat belts were poisonous snakes, so eager were they to be free of them. It's not like their painful, have patience people!


End of the day, I am going to read my book and listen to some chilled music now.


March 17, 2005

There and back again…

Castle and Charles Bridge

I got back from prague last night after a very enjoyable and relaxing few days. The first of the photos (the digital and hence easily accesible ones) can now be viewed here.


March 11, 2005

Bollocks to this…

…I'm off to Prague.

But before I go, a quick woohoo! for handing in the first piece of coursework that I've actually been happy with for a long time.


March 08, 2005

MEME AID: The Bloggers' Disco.

Writing about web page http://troubled-diva.com/2005_03_06_troubled-diva_archive.html#111030256520838621

Imagine, if you will, the blogmeet to end all blogmeets. One blogosphere under a groove. A sea – nay, a veritable ocean – of "LOVE your work!" hugs, "Darling, you were ROBBED at The Bloggies!" air-kisses and "WHEN is someone going to PUBLISH you!" schmoozes, where tout le monde and their blogroll are getting royally rat-arsed on Vodka Red Bulls, and bopping around like maniacs to the sound of… WHAT, precisely?

My addition would have to be something, a little bit different. Therefore I'm opting for "Queen – The Prophet's Song". The reason for this song? I'm not entirely sure, but it's always been one of my favourite Queen songs, and I know that it's not a typical disco song, but what's a good blogmeet without a bit of diversity?

…This post brought to you in association with Troubled Diva in aid of comic relief.


March 06, 2005

Mysteries of life

How is it that on a weekday it's near impossible to drag myself out of bed in the mornings, but at the weekend I invariably wake up earlier and feel perky?

How do I manage to get ill the week after I start taking vitamins?

I'm sure there was another one….but this stupid cold is causing my brain to malfunction. Now where's that reboot switch?


March 03, 2005

Like a kid in a candy shop…

If I was magically gifted a vast quantity of money but could only spend it in one shop, it would have to be a book shop.

Walking over to the engineering department today, I decided that it would be warmer to walk through the arts centre, however, doing so took me past a window with that fateful sign in it: "Book sale, 20% off".

Spoilt for choice.

Wandering down the isle, I decided to see if they had "The Salmon of Doubt" by Douglas Adams. I've been after it for a while, and a friend reminded me of it again recently. Two copies on the shelf. Randomly, I picked one of the two. Walking towads the till I look down at the price…"DAMAGED!" It said on the label. And it had two pounds taken off the price. The damage consisted of a slight dent in the cover. And I still got 20% off. Bargain.

So, by randomly walking into the bookshop, I actually saved money. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.


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