We made it back from Sardinia and the wild roads of Europe, i swear thought i was dead 2 times in France thanks to Dads sporadically bad driving. Apart from that Laundry day and Sun & Bass were so much fun, The G family officially love Sardinia which as always was a joy, big shouts to all crew that made it so. Henry loved the beaches of San Teadoro, he even had his first swim 100m off shore (what a brave little puppy!) and got the first stamp in his passport! Since our return my Dad has bought his first espresso pot and is planning on annoyingly answering the telephone in Italian for the rest of his life ‘Bon Journo’. It was funny to spending time with him on the road, even if his stick shift driving is a bit rusty we had a lot of fun taking wrong turns, passing through borders stoned, buying alcohol at motorway service stations, telling tour stories and singing along to the epic collection of music i loaded onto a USB stick for the snazzy system in the hire car. 8gbs of musical entertainment easily saw us through the 28 hours of road time clocked up over 3000km of road in 7 countries, wanted to give you a taster but how do i boil that down to 20 minutes?
Start her up to find out
I have no idea what the hell this is about, but if this crowd and car climbing on Brick Lane was inspired by an American Apparel sale shop im glad i live in Manchester. In fact didn’t they also riot on Londons Oxford street when they opened Primark & IKea in Edmonton? Dam them southerners are so gully about cheap shit!
Long to the short Operation Repo is a show where a fictional repossession team from California re-enact the repossession of vehicles for finance companies. However if this were real ‘ooo!, Wooo!’ *grabs crotch* (more…)