And so the greatest tour ever begins...
And my what an exciting adventure it is going to be...
My international global world tour of Cardiff began yesterday, and over the coming months I will travel from Oceana toTiger Tiger, Vodka Revolutions to Jumping Jaks, and Bar Risa to Walkabout. Along the way I expect to meet many characters, experience many things, and learn about so many different cultures, like Wetherspoons happy hour and Gassy Jaks quiz night
So back to last night. I packed my wallet, phone and chewing gum, said goodbye to my flat mates, and set off for Central Bar. I was so excited to see what amazing sights would be there, and on arrival found there was a delicious local beverage called 'Carling' waiting for me. Imagine my utter pleasure when I was led out back to the tropical beer garden. It was a small but beautiful garden located between a picturesque loading bay and some attractive wheelie bins. The local people seemed to be quite primitive, and it was really interesting observing the way they go about their daily life...they are fast drinkers and their language is very unusual...they all seemed to answer to the same name...'Butt'
After spending an exhilarating hour discussing ales and questioning how many bottles can be downed in one go I moved on to a place called Fat Cats. This place was strange as there didn't appear to actually be any fat cats, so I only stayed for a pint of Fosters
My final stop of the evening was a place that was similarly obsessed with the cat family…tiger tiger. I have had some experiences in my time but nothing like this…its like everything you ever wanted all in one place. The culture was extraordinary and it seems famous celebs have taken to it too…in the space of an hour I saw Jon Bon Jovi, Ian Rush and Madeleine
I ended up in a local posh restaurant called mcdonalds where I sampled the local cuisine. It was more elegant than any place I have ever been before, and the staff were so pleasant, spoke my language really well, and all seemed to have a tan
And so completes my first day of my international global world tour of Cardiff. For anyone reading I highly recommend it for culture, life experience and general human development…why on earth would you need to go anywhere else