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The ramblings of a travelling consultant – episode 6 (part 1)

Long time no blog! I’ve been a bit of a busy boy recently, with one thing and another and, as a result, I’m afraid I haven’t had much time to indulge my blogging habit. I’ve half-written a few but haven’t got around to finishing and posting them, and I thought it was about time I […]

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Oz’s ice bucket challenge

As you may know (if not, have a squint at ‘An icy crisis’ and ‘Water, water everywhere (part 2)’) I’m a big fan of ice cubes. I do, however, prefer them floating in a glass of gin and tonic rather than in fifteen buckets. Particularly when those buckets are being brandished menacingly by fifteen grinning children with […]

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Is it just me? (part 2)

Is it just me? Is it really? In a scene somewhat reminiscent of the supermarket painkillers fiasco (see “Is it just me (part 1)“) I recently attempted something equally ridiculous – I called my dentist to book an appointment. Yes, it was naïve of me, I admit, but I know better now. Some time ago I […]

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The best laid plans

I spent last weekend in Wales, at the world-famous annual golfing event, the Abersoch Open. There’s a blow-by-blow account in my previous blog “@TheAbersoch” so I won’t repeat too much of it here. Suffice it to say that it was just about the wettest weekend in living memory, I played like a rank amateur, my team […]

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