Impractical road trip

It’s only April and I’m already super excited for January 2017.

As I’ve mentioned in a previous post two of my loves are travel and music. And this may not be travel related but like pretty much every single human being on this planet I love comedy and so travelling for comedy is just like travelling for music.

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Myself and two of my work colleagues are planning a little road trip down to London. And not just for the sake of it, oh no. We’re heading down as we’re going to see The Tenderloins (stars of impractical jokers). Honestly if you don’t know who these guys are or haven’t seen the IJ show, then do it. Right now, leave this post and go watch it because it is brilliant. These 4 guys are hilarious.
Next year I will be seeing them in Glasgow and also travelling down to London twice to see them. I just can’t say no to seeing these guys though.

I am probably more obsessed than I should be, but they’re absolutely hilarious.

Please check them out and if you like them head along to ticketmaster search the impractical jokers and you too could see them on January 7th 2017 at the O2 in London. Their fan club presale is on sale from now, check out their Facebook page for the link password is SANTIAGO. Or head to ticketmaster on Saturday for the general sale tickets.

I promise you, you will not regret looking these guys up. So do it.
Maybe you’re already a fan? Leave me a comment. Seeing them next year? Seen them before? Let me know.

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Memories of Berlin

This time last year I had hopped on a plane from Glasgow and landed in Berlin for a whirlwind couple of days.

The reasoning behind going? I won’t lie, it was to see Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds (although I didn’t have a ticket, but managed to buy one there).

I had such an amazing time in Berlin. It was a great experience and it was amazing learning more about the city. For now all I have are the memories, the pictures and the occasional letter for my fine. Oops.

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I thought I would share just a few of my favourite pictures from my time in Berlin.

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And my absolute favourite happens to be this one. Mother with her dead son by K├Ąthe Kollwitz.

This has to be one of the most powerful things ever.  Walking into the place and there being nothing else but this statue, standing itself in the middle of the room with a giant hole in the ceiling above it (apparently it looks breathtakingly beautiful with the rain pouring down over it). It really is an emotional place and somewhere that I would definitely suggest visiting if in Berlin.

Feel free to leave me a comment below. Tell me about your experiences in Berlin.

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