>Off to Da Bull

>And have plenty to post and have written some posts dont worry. I have just been been very drunk recently!! All is fine and off to Istanbul tmrw morning. See you from there….


>Just got back to Dublin after a hilarious weekend in Galway in Gaelic villages and at Johns place.

Off to London tmrw and then Istanbul. I wont be travelling for too long as running out of cash. Been a great time.

will post more soon.


I am in Seville, its 9am and I don’t know where my head is. I love Spain.

I have been working here building a hostel with a few Argentinians and a random bunch of travellers. Its been cool. I have been power-drilling my way through walls and living rent free, with beer and food included.

Been drinking with Delwyn, two Portuguese guys, a French Canadian, two Aussies and a Vietnamese guy. Awesome nights.

I fly out tomorrow to Dublin and fuck knows what happens then. I have enjoyed my travels but time is swimming on relentlessly, as people know. It´s getting time.

I need to go to bed

>Poor lad

>Police called to a Long Island man’s house discovered the mummified remains of the resident, dead for more than a year, sitting in front of a blaring television set.

The 70-year-old Hampton Bays, New York, resident, identified as Vincenzo Ricardo, appeared to have died of natural causes. Police said on Saturday his body was discovered on Thursday when they went to the house to investigate a report of a burst water pipe.

“You could see his face. He still had hair on his head,” Newsday quoted morgue assistant Jeff Bacchus as saying. The home’s low humidity had preserved the body. (Watch for views inside the house and why no one ever bothered to check on him )

Officials could not explain why the electricity had not been turned off, considering Ricardo had not been heard from since December 2005.

Neighbors said when they had not seen Ricardo, who was diabetic and had been blind for years, they assumed he was in the hospital or a long-term care facility.

>Viva Espana

>just a quick post. in Granada in Southern Spain. It´s difficult to explain how good looking Spain is, with it´s white-washed towns, long beaches, cheap beer, good food and beautiful women. i am looking at ways to move here permanently!!!