Monthly Archives: January 2016

Haircut Sir, Licence at last, Lima Honda Parts, Village Idiot/the (very) limited school of English, just what el Doctor ordered and on the mend…

Good morning Folks I trust you had thee most superb of superb weekends. Here is the weekly round-up of happenings in the World epicentre of punters-who-haven’t-got-a-clue-how-to-drive (especially on roundabouts, avoid them like the plague¬†!) Haircut Sir Monday was a busy day & it was hot. 32 degrees by 9am & sweaty as a Glassblower’s backside!… Continue Reading

Sick as a perro, no licence (yet) and Victor Meldrew says…

Good morning folks I trust you’re in tiptop form & finest fettle. If you’re reading this in Blighty, I hope you’re enjoying the snow. If you’re reading this here in sweaty Lima, I hope you’re enjoying an ice-pop! A very brief round-up from the city of the loudest air horns invented… Sick as a perro…… Continue Reading

A pass, a fail, fakes, sweatin’ cobs, Star Wars and Barrow RL, 10 years, AWOL Clunk Mechanic and bargain of the century or duffer of the week?

Good morning Folks I trust this finds you in fine form & that you had thee most splendid weekend. For the first time in about a month, I don’t actually feel like Oliver Reed, it has been my¬†first weekend off the pop since November. December was a tad excessive in the Tosh Lyons department. A… Continue Reading

Looking back and looking forward!

  Good morning Folks I trust this finds you enjoying 2016 & that you had a brilliant festive season. Two blogs in 3 days! I have been doing some serious procrastination. Monday morning normally sees a round-up of the week’s happenings in Lima, but this Monday it is a condensed version of the last year,… Continue Reading

A year in Peru!

Good morning Folks A very Happy New Year to you! I trust you’re having a superb festive season. First & foremost, my thoughts are with friends & family in the flood ravaged northern counties; Yorkshire, Lancashire & Cumbria (plus Scotland). The images I’ve seen this week of Tadcaster being divided by the bridge collapse were… Continue Reading