The weird and wonderful Karim says I’m bizarre, which suggests I’ve made some kind of progress from when the woodwork teacher threatened to break my legs. If I don’t get my keys and mobile back by lunch, I will move to Tunisia and sing 80s music in beach hotels. If you see a blonde walking round town with a red rucksack that smells of melon, knock her down, take it off her, and leave a comment here telling me where I can find you.
- More thrilling Barcelona police action
In the communal hallway two Moroccans are hard at work extracting objects of value from a rucksack–they’ve got a mobile, cash,
The rotten greens and browns and the fetid flesh lighting at Mokkabon, Ghent have something of a Zola drowning about them.
- Passionate kisses
I’ll bet you’re grateful that I didn’t call this Chirac kisses … OK, just forget it. Mark Doyle did a little
- Zapatero already more notorious than Chamberlain–in the US
John Chappell suggests (scroll quickly past the bizarre homophobic rant) that “pull a Spain” (“hacer una españolada“) is becoming the new
- Misdeed and identity in the Indian Ocean
La Vanguardia, 2008/4/21: “Piratas somalíes secuestran un atunero vasco. El ‘Playa de Bakio’ lleva 26 tripulantes, trece africanos, ocho gallegos y