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Monday, December 11, 2006

Been there, done that...

Following on from my holiday conundrum as detailed below, I'm still looking for suggestions for somewhere I could go for my summer break next year.

This Dutch geezer has kindly knocked together a little program that helps you work out what part of the globe you've already been too, so that you don't happen across the same place by mistake.

"Aw, crap! Not Courtown again!" You know the feeling.

Judging from my map, Africa, Australia and South America are all hithertoo unexplored options, but then again, we've already discovered that the Brits have overrun them all already.

So I'm open to suggestions. Where's the best part of the planet to go on holiday where you won't run into either English soccer louts or GAA-happy gobdaws?

Where can I run to get away from pasty white people who go red in the sun and drink lager all day long? Is anywhere safe from muppets in Dublin jerseys?

Tell me in strictest confidence, and I'll buy you a pina colada.


Anonymous said...

New Guinea, not far enough though to still smell ya! ; )

Bock the Robber said...

The best place to go is Scunthorpe.

We Limerick people revere Sc**thorpe and we go there whenever we can, which, sadly, isn't often enough.

I advise you to see Sc**thorpe before you die. You won't regret it.

Anonymous said...

Sure tis that not ScumThorpe?

JC Skinner said...

New Guinea's full of evil hobbit tribes and my atlas says that Scunthorpe, however it's spelt, is actually IN Britain.
I fear that if I saw Scunthorpe, I might die shortly thereafter, which would really bugger my pension arrangements.
Anyone got any better options?