Poosa and her adventures


Today i discovered the big disadvantage to visiting people who live in the wilds of nowhere... the postman takes forever to drive up and down farms and would you beleive i spent half the day in a box waiting to be delivered! I thought id stretch me legs and chill for a bit but helly dumped me at the computer with a mug of instant coffee (the outrage, i mean, INSTANT. a cat should be given freshly ground after a morning travelling through liverpool to get here, dodging stolen cars and shell suits)
I was introduced to the dogs who apparently patrol the premises. This is Boggy. He seemed like a nice chap, awfull breath and a bit doddery. What Di failed to tell me was this lad is not cat friendly and wasnt drooling through lack of teeth but because he was after eating me!!!
I hot footed it over to this brute instead. Big lad, gentle giant though and he protected me from the dribbling greyhound.
Understandably after that i felt a bit shakey and as much as i didnt come here to work while Di pottered round swinging a bottle of vodka, at least the desk was safe. Complimentary drinks were served and things began to look brighter pretty quickly. I realised big bro was on the pc posing with a diddy glass of lager. pah lightweight!
few more bottles and the world seemed a better place
By now the room was spinning but apparently the WKD was just a warm up before we hit the hard stuff. This was brought from St Petersburgh by Di's Dad, who also came back with suspected Legionaires Disease. Thank god he didnt share that one round too!

i got Di to ping home on msn and let them know i was here safely but way to bladdered to post any messages myself, so i continued to snigger at sirius and his dinky lagers.
Next day i was hauled out of my bed at 5am. yes there is apparently more than one 5 o'clock in the day and when you take one hangover and an early start its safe to say i refused to be seen by my adoring public till i had spent a while snoozing off the vodka.We got to the airport and boarded the plane. Oh my the views. we were heading for 80 degrees sunshine and all i could see was snowy mountains.
Got the to hotel and oh my the views... im sure they would be lovely but there are big hills in the way and some valley of some kings or other blocking the view of the desert
give the egyptians credit, they do half decent sunsets which i pointed out to Di coz she seemed to busy pouring a Tia Maria and coke and kept promising to do the sights later on. how can you do sights when you are blind drunk?
I spotted some building or other at the side of the hotel.. they started building this 3000 years ago and look... they still havnt finished it!
I tested out the table for comfort for tomorrows sunbathing but it wasnt comfy and when i stood up i had a holy imprint on me bum. show me the way to the sunbeds for gods sake
Finally i got myself ready for some serious sun worshiping. poosa size suncream, a ciggie and a can of coke zero written in squiggley letters. maybe i need to set a new challenge to see how many different languages i can find coke cans written in next?
Soon Jules will update with more pictures of our fabulous visit to Egypt ....including one of me being eaten by a CROCODILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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