I rocked up to the Greek island of Naxos a few days ago, and it's a top little place. Beautiful beaches, lovely women, and cute little towns and villages to explore. These islands really are how they're depicted in movies and tellybox shows - laid back and relaxed, with friendly people and awesome food. With … Continue reading Naxos – sounds like nachos, but it’s even more delicious
Athens is the birthplace of democracy and modern civilisation (and, perhaps more importantly, lovable ethnic comedian Nick Giannopoulos), and is one of the busiest and noisiest cities in the world. There are motorbikes and cars screaming through the streets, crowds surging through narrow alleyways, and little blokes smashing plates on the ground on every corner, … Continue reading Acropolis Wow… it’s really bloody expensive!
The Macedonians didn’t want me to leave Skopje. Believing me to be the reincarnation of their beloved Saint Cyril, they asked me to stay and reign over their tiny landlocked country, sleeping with as many woman as I wanted and drinking beer as if it bubbled from the earth. But I’ve got things to do, … Continue reading Thessalonikis is a great place to go to if you like crap places
The adventure is finally underway and I’m happy to say that I haven’t been bashed, stabbed, shot at or blown up yet. Of course, that’s not saying much seeing as so far I’ve travelled only 50km from Gosford to Sydney Airport, but it’s a start. The trip down was very exotic - I sat between … Continue reading A journey of a thousand beers starts with a single can…
Last time I was in Europe, I had sex with a lot of statues. It's not something I'm proud of, because I know they couldn't say no or try to stop me, but it happened. I was drunk, and I took advantage of them. Symbols of culture and history and national pride all succumbed to … Continue reading Statue-tory Rape