This blog is made up of the ramblings, rumination and ponderance of a 40’s something IT worker. The views represented may not necessarily represent the views of the author, depending on the state of mind, day of the week or how many JD’s and Coke consumed πŸ™‚

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  1. Hi there. I have been following you for years, with much interest. I love your travel diary, although I am severely disabled and virtually housebound it makes me want to go to all these wonderful places you have experienced and enjoyed. Reading about them is as good as it gets for me, and I make the most of it.
    I have just once criticism; what the hell have you done with the Lottery Results bit? My computer crashed recently and when I got it going again Mucky Paws no longer offered the Lotto facility.
    Keep travelling my friend, and I’ll keep following you from wet, cold, somewhat miserable Kent.


      • Hi Jason.

        I have your email and the software for the famous (yes, it is famous; I know three friends who use it) Lottery software.

        It’s nice to know that people like yourself still exist, men we can call upon for help and friendship. Well done mate, and thanks for being you.

        I shall now try to install the software and should I ever win one of the biggies there will be a case of wine on the way to you. If I ever ask you for your address you will know why.

        In the meantime, keep writing Jason. Your journal/s is/are very much appreciated by many.

        Thanks friend.

        Frank Magro


  2. Ola! Thanks to your most excellent guess for my “eyeball bender” at Toemail, I have now discovered — and am following — your very fine blog. I look forward for future readings and encounters.


    • Β‘Hola!, Buenos Dias! Thank you for your kind words, I have a 10 year back catalogue of travels to catch up with, so hopefully there will be something of interest πŸ™‚ I love your blog and that cover photo of the pyramids bring back many happy memories, but not so much the driving in Cairo they can keep that πŸ™‚ , but a fantastic time going off the beaten track πŸ™‚

      Kind Regards
      Jason πŸ˜€


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