I’m certain most of you enjoyed your New Year’s Eve, popping open bottles of wine and partying on. Me, I spent New Year’s Eve on a plane to Heathrow.
This isn’t a complaint. I normally take my Christmas leave break in January; the phrase “off-peak” tends to resonate with me. And so here I am in England. Specifically, Euston Station, where I’ll shortly be taking a train for a day-trip to Liverpool.
Wonderful thing, trains in England. You can go to a lot of places with them here. Yesterday I took one to Cardiff, where I indulged by inner geek by visiting the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay, across the road from where the BBC has its Cymru studios. (If you know what Doctor Who is, you’ll know this was a good idea. If you don’t know what Doctor Who is, I won’t bore you with the details here.)
So — Liverpool. Bit of a walk around, The Beatles Story exhibition, and best of all it’s moderate temps and no snow in January. Great indulgence.
So, yep, the political blogging will have to wait until I get back. Sometime next Wednesday.