Category Archives: Humour

Suez the Mediterranean and Home.

Our final port of call was Lisbon, a beautiful city laid out on hills. The main part of the city is served by trams old and new and they have a good train service to nearby towns that are equally picturesque, Continue reading

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A trip in Mumbai.

The lights changed against us and I braced myself for stopping, but NO! Our little old taxi driver, white beard flapping in the wind, accelerated as four lanes of traffic started to cross the junction towards our little taxi, all honking their horns in unison. Continue reading

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Arrival in Sydney

The young lady behind the bar was about 5’ 10” long black hair past her shoulders, beautiful smiling eyes, lovely full lips, her stunning figure was encased in a grey smock and tasteful black flats she had long fingers and had her nails painted, she was possibly in her thirties, she came from Germany on holiday and never went back, her smile would melt ice, I think, I can’t remember, I only saw her for a second. Continue reading

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St John’s, Newfoundland.

The crush of people was growing by the minute and tempers started to flare as the lifts (elevators) Continue reading

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Still at sea

Sat quietly reading the paper and try to ignore this noisy interloper. Continue reading

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Glengarriff, Ireland.

It was a buffet filled to capacity with ill tempered passengers who prod you in the back if you are not fast enough. Continue reading

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Captains Welcome Cocktail Party

a roll of flesh fell over the top of her dress at the top all round her, she was beautifully made up, but her makeup was lighter than her tan giving her a President Trump appearance. Continue reading

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