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Summer 2019 – Öland

The beautiful island of Öland was our final port of call on this year’s summer holiday. Advertisements

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Summer 2019 – Dave and the Killer Kettle

Well, our Summer trek for this year has entered its final week. Mrs. Teaist and Teaist Junior fancied some pool-based action, so we headed off to Ronneby and its famous spa hotel, Ronneby Brunn.

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Summer 2019 – Paging Dr. Shou

Personally, I blame the sea air. In my experience it makes everything taste at least 20% better, and gives me a raging appetite that would shame a hippo that hadn’t eaten in a fortnight.

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Summer 2019 – The Strange Case of the Disappearing Flavours

“Where are the berries?”, said Mrs. Teaist. “You did, did you not, promise me berries?”. She was right. I had, and there weren’t any.

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Summer 2019 – Tea, Interrupted

The flat tones of the light filtering through the curtains told me as I lay in bed that it was overcast. I sat up, pulled back the curtain, and looked out of the window.

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Summer 2019 – Part 2

After the midsummer fun and games I was press-ganged in a benign kind of a way into a building project I’d been hoping to dodge.

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Summer 2019 – Part 1

Well, here we are again. It’s late June, and tomorrow we’ll head out into the countryside to celebrate midsummer with our extended family.

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