Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Casa Bonita

Ready for Casa Bonita?!?

It's the world's weirdest Mexican restaurant, and must visit for those craving something different.

Not many restaurants have cliff divers, and that's just the tip of the ice berg!

It bills itself as "The World's Most Exciting Restaurant", and with all it has to offer it might just be worthy of such a title.

Besides the cliff divers, you have flame jugglers, Strolling Mariachis, gold mines, silver mines, and let's not forget Chiquita the angry Gorilla.

There is a legendary south park episode about this place but I could only find this...

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Like Remote Places?

Then a visit to Tristan da Cunha might be for you!

With a population of about 264, it's located in the middle of the South Atlantic ocean betwen South America and Africa, you'll have trouble finding anything much more remote than this!

More info on remote places at the wiki!

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Rugby Players To Watch

Besides Haskell, there's a few others to keep your eye on. Like Martyn Williams and Delon Armitage, but I'll also suggest Lionel Beauxis.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009


What a celebration these blokes have. Send in Zidane!

Friday, February 13, 2009

Romantic Holiday Visits

Looking for some Valentine's Day ideas for places to go? Here's a favorite of mine that you might like to try;

The Horn of Plenty is a beautiful and warm country house nestled in five acres of gardens and orchards. Enjoy its beautifully furnished and superbly converted rooms in the adjacent Coach House, which all have balconies for you and that someone special to enjoy as you overlook the walled garden and beautiful wooded valley. The gardens themselves will delight both of you with their trees, shrubs and quiet sunny nooks. The Horn of Plenty offers couples a tantalising choice of traditional and imaginative cuisine which provide a harmony of taste that graces the palate and adds to the romantic atmosphere.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Man Made Floating Islands

The floating islands of Peru in Lake Titicaca (near Puno) are an amazing site. The islands are made of reeds, which need to be maintained every 6 months or so as the man made islands sink ever so slowly.

The people that live on these islands, the Uros, having being doing it for centuries in defense of other cultures which no longer pose a threat.

Click for pictures and more.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Men and Women

We're not so different. Brill!

Glad you could pop by! Here you'll find bits of bollocks and just about anything I find mildly amusing. Since it is my blog, I have final say, but feel free to share with a comment.