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Saturday, January 04, 2014

This isn't going terribly well, is it?

Internet connection is pretty shocking in India, at least in the places we've been top so far.

Varanasi, full of religious stuff and cows and monkeys and tiny alleyways and lots of people, where it's always fun to see if you can count to ten before someone trys to sell you something.

Aurangabad, which I'd never heard of a few weeks ago, with lots of exciting caves and the poor man's taj mahal, and precious little internet.

Sadly that's all I can write for now, need to retreat to the hotel to clean up and pack up before our train leaves in a couple of hours...

Next stop Goa!

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Friends! Assorted others! Goulden Moments is back as Angela and I traverse India!

First stop, Delhi, and the interestingly named Eurostar International hotel, complete with fan, curtains, lovely view of a concrete wall and mild wee aroma.

A few hours here then off to the airport to fly to Varanasi.  Which, apparently, is nice.

More soon. Talkbacks please, let's get this show back on the road!

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Go to www.deathafterdinner.com for an exciting death related treat.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Hasta La Vista, Bloggi

To the bloggers of this world who have, from time to time, been good enough to read this blog and comment on it,

As you may have noticed, of late I have not been posting. I think the time has come to formally declare that Goulden Moments is going into hibernation for the while.

I have chalked it up, I have fought the madness and I have enjoyed it but the fat lady has given her last hurrah and I must retire. All good things must come to an end and, thankfully, some shitty things as well.

On that note, a fond ta taa,


Author of Goulden Moments, guilty as charged

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

alrighty there chaps?

did you know that it cost 100000 RMB to set up a business in China? thats about 7000 quid, which is quite a lot.

Also, in other news, I'm going to finish my manuscript tonight. That's not something you can say everyday is it? And the exciting thing is that I'll probably be able to say it tomorrow as well, cos I probably wont be able to get it done...

All good my end of the woods. Tip of the week is that Sweden spells nedews backwards, which is ancient anglo saxon for 'Golly'.

The other riveting thing is that I'm still trying to beat my friends high score on, wait for it, MINESWEEPER. Bloody awful game, but I challenge anyone in the world to beat her high score on 'Expert' of something like 176 seconds. It might even be in the 160's. It's phenomenal, it's disgusting. I think my record is 256 seconds and I'm quite good at it.

How the hell are you?

Mr & Mrs Cheesm: Is that caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaards? SO to speak

Bjorgvin: you still good to go for the 8th mate?

Evil Uncle: Waaaaaaart? Can you tell the vampire called mabel one again, ive forgotten the bit in the middle.