Posted by sean on December 16, 2007 at 10:06 pm in Bath City, Nandos with No Comments

It has been FREEZING this weekend. Despite being wrapped up like an Eskimo, I nearly died of hyperthermia while watching Bath City lose 3-0 away in Newport yesterday; and no amounts of hot coffee and cheesy chips were able to warm the cold blood pumping through my veins.

Bath wasn’t much warmer than Wales, so when I got home, I met Simon and Watkins for visit to Nandos. We hadn’t been in ages, so it was a welcome return. It doesn’t matter if it’s a hot summers day or a Arctic winters night; PeriPeri chicken is still delicious.

While we ate, we were entertained by a group of people who had become trapped in a nearby lift. A crowd had gathered to watch firemen abseiling up and down the shaft to rescue the people presumed trapped in the bowels of the complex. Occasionally we would hear screams from beneath. I don’t think those people will use a lift again in a hurry…

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