Suffolkating: Good Omens
"After three weeks we still lack cooker, sink, internet and mobile reception. Realising we can't survive on nuked pasties forever we experiment with the camp stove, which combined with the MW and toaster enables us to knock up some intriguing dishes, none of them particularly pleasant. Finally we give in and visit the village pub, the Straw Dog, its wooden interior done out like the galley of the "Mary Rose". Beside the brass-framed fire a bray of men from a local stud discuss horses: despite my surname, which I hope to cash in on at some point, they might as well be speaking Klingon...”
Read my latest Suffolkating blog at the Huffington Post here.