Oliver is…

He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man

…done with baths

Normal guy just asking a question: What’s the weather forecast like for Bath?
Number one rated comedian in the world: Showers.
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…done with Cardiff

With a couple of weeks left in the UK, and a few of those days booked in London for a gig, it seemed like a good time to explore a bit of the south of the mainland. I’d only been to Cardiff a couple of times before, but it was a city that had left a good impression.

cardiff
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…done with the Highlands

Despite growing up in the shadow of the Highlands, I’d never really made the venture to see them. I’d been to Inverness a couple of times, normally for Christmas shopping or to the theatre, but the farthest I’d been beyond that was Dornoch, where I’d been as a kid to play a game of cricket.
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…done with 2013

I may be a fortnight late, but here’s a rough a month by month run down of my past year. For those depending on my blog for updates of my life, you’re in for a few spoilers. The first few months are going to be the most boring and I’ve left the last few a bit sparse so as not to ruin future posts. All in all, a bit weak.

One ‘interesting’ point is that this has been my third year running that has been longer than the standard 365 days. 2012 was a leap year, 2013 I gained around eight hours (starting in Australia, ending in Copenhagen) and this year I had the double 21 April. I think 2014 will be a short one.
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…done with books, for now

2013 was my most productive reading year to date, with 78 completed book. I thought I’d counted before and read closer to 90, but I don’t know where those other books have gone.
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