Sean's Stories

Posted by sean on 11/07/2017 at 2:58 pm in Holiday with No Comments

So, there have been no blogs for the past two weeks. Pretty normal, given the fact I can be very lazy with posting.

This time, however, I have an excuse for my lack of activity. I have been on a Mediterranean cruise.

Despite being away, on the luxury P&O cruise ship, Britannia, I kept a daily blog, which I have now uploaded.

« previous post

2017 Cruise: Day 14 – At Sea

Was awoken in the middle of the night by some inconsiderate passengers shouting in the corridor outside our cabin. Regretted not sticking my head out of the cabin door, to see where the louts were staying, so I could return the favour in the morning - either by yelling by their room, or better still...

next post »

Ground Hopping

Two weeks ago today, I was in Barcelona. I visited The Nou Camp - the biggest football stadium in Europe. Tonight, I will be at Twerton Park - the home of Bath City Football Club - for their preseason friendly against Exeter. Quite the comparison - Fortress Twerton will always be home for me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

No trackbacks yet.

Posts with similar tags

No post with similar tags yet.

Posts in similar categories

Sean's Stories

On this website, you’ll find me blogging (almost) daily about everyday life, living in Bath, working with computers, and the occasional bit of football stuff thrown in.

If you're expecting The Man Booker Prize, you've come to the wrong place. If you want to read a collection of sometimes eccentric, often disturbing and rarely amusing ramblings, gorge your eyes on this.

  • Archives

    Sean's Stories 2004-2018
    This blog is totally non-profit making. In fact it costs me money to run it.
    I do occasionally use images on my website, which I have found on the internet
    If you are the copyright holder of an image and would like it removed, please cotact me by email
    This email address can also be used if you have any other queries over the content of this blog