Posted by sean on September 24, 2019 at 10:41 pm in Holiday with No Comments

You may have noticed that I haven’t updated my blog for almost two weeks.

You will have no doubt assumed that I had become lazy, or given up on the blogging thing after over 15 years.

Did you think that? If you did, you would be WRONG!

My good wife and I have just returned to Bath, after spending 11 nights on the fabulous ship, Ventura.

As with my two previous cruises, I kept a daily diary while I was away. However, have only made the posts live today. It wouldn’t take Basil the Great Mouse Detective to work out that by me blogging about a holiday, than my house was empty – therefore providing easy-pickings for any burglars and probably invalidating my home insurance for advertising the fact that nobody is protecting the home – apart from Roman.

Without further a-do, here is a list of every post I made during my holiday…

Be aware: I haven’t proof-read all of these yet, so if you spot any errors though shi*.

What? I meant ship!

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