Monthly Archives: January 2007

Just A Bunch Of Wanka’s!!

No thats not a spelling mistake but how Peru’s most popular team in the UK is spelled. I recently ordered a Deportivo Wanka t-shirt which are supposedly cult items among like-minded British football fans. I wanted to buy the actual … Continue reading

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Never thought it would happen to me but I’ve started regularly drinking green tea. It started off a while back at the Kaiten-Zushi (conveyor-belt sushi) as something to quench my thirst and has developed from there into buying teabags and drinking … Continue reading

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Trooping To The Imperial Palace

Was mightily surprised recently when I got a fax saying I was going to be working the following day as I’d somehow failed to see my name down on the cover sheet in our schools. Luckily I hadn’t made any great plans and thankfully it … Continue reading

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Kasabian In Tokyo

Leicester’s greatest band since, erm Showaddywaddy were in town the other week and I went to see them at Tokyo Kokusai Forum Hall A which has probably one of the most un-rock and roll names and to be honest it’s … Continue reading

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Vietnam 2007 – On The Buses In The South

A whirlwind tour of the south followed on the day after I arrived back in Ho Chi Minh from Cambodia. Having been with mates all the way it was a little strange to get back to being alone again as I set off … Continue reading

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Cambodia 2006 – Don’t Look Back In Angkor

No messing around on day one for us in Siem Reap as once we had forked out $40 for our 3-day pass we set off to see the big one. Having become accustomed to the carnival fanfare of tourist traps … Continue reading

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Cambodia 2006 – Angkor What?

People visit Cambodia to see Angkor Wat. Fact! So in order to reach this tourist trap Richard, Craig (his mate visiting from Korea) and I decided to take a two day tour from Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh (Cambodia’s capital) … Continue reading

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