The sun still very much had it's hat on come Friday evening when I'd finished work. Esther and I ambled up to The Telegraph on Putney Heath as it's got one of the best beer gardens in London. The Telegraph has a great selection of ales and lots that I've not tried, however, the weather … Continue reading Scorcher
Assuming that the good weather from Friday and Saturday would continue into the last day of the weekend, we planned a long old walk down the Thames, via Hammersmith, over the river and back through Barnes to Murray and Shea's for a few evening beers. The only spanner in the works was that the weather … Continue reading Bevvy Sunday
I was in Cardiff over Easter to watch the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker fight in the Principality Stadium. that was on Saturday night which effectively made Sunday a complete write-off. Making the most of Monday though, we went on a lovely Easter walk in a wooded area the name of which I couldn't pronounce, … Continue reading Easter Monday
I'd been looking forward to this weekend for absolutely ages. Going down to Cardiff on Good Friday to get some beers in and watch sport all day, followed by staying in Cardiff to watch sport all day then going to watch Anthony Joshua in the Millennium Stadium on Saturday night. I got the bus to … Continue reading Good Friday
Week four of the Six Nations had finally arrived after a weekend without rugby. Before the egg chasing started though, Manchester United were hosting Liverpool in the Premier League. Ready for a super sport day, Murray, Shea and I decided to set up camp in The Jolly Gardeners in Putney. All the tables were booked … Continue reading Six Nations: Week 4. Pub day
For Round 3 of the Six Nations, we had been invited down Bristol way to Deejay's house. After an early start, some train disruptions and seeing the bloke who plays Lestrade in Sherlock, I made it to the house. We went over to a large shop, and picked our poison for the day. Not learning … Continue reading Defeat.
The day after pint 39 was always going to be a big one. Not only did we have the North London derby in the Premier League, there was also a 6 Nations double header AND my friend Jenni was having a leaving party to go off to New Zealand for a year. I went to … Continue reading England vs. Wales + Bye Bye Jenni