Deep stuff

Now we all know about the The Deep, “the worlds only submarium”, interesting claim, what is submarium? I do not know. The good news is it’s right on our door step and we have a years family pass so we are obliged to take advantage of this splendid opportunity. 

The place has stayed pretty much the same since the beginning but they are trying; they have penguins now! Also they have randomly added some new sharks to the open top aquarium, amazing. 

Anyway here is some shots from the day, enjoy. 





American snackeroos

So my local pound shop or pound land not sure which one it is, has this very awesome American section, now I remember a time when us Brits only heard the word ‘twinky’ on our TV sets, then one day you see them in Tesco for £10 a pack!

Not anymore, now you can just go to pound land shop and buy it all for a pound, amazing. Anyway today I discovered these American peanut butter treats, two completely different treats actually, one made by nestle and the other by some company I can’t remember, but the latter is not important because they taste like crap, but the nestle butterfingers bites treats were a delicious treat, nomz.

Lovely day on the estuary 

Like it or not here I present my day to you, we started off like any other day, bleak with a sense of hope, as the morning progressed so did our mind. We set upon ourselves to face the harsh estuary winds, so we wrapped up like kings in the snow, and oh what a beautiful day it was.

It didn’t take long until the cold wind forced us back inside our dungeons though but don’t cry, lego awaits, yay.

Here I bless you with my photographs, enjoy. 



I read something funny the other day, Hull was rated one of the worlds top cities to visit in 2016. How did this come to be? As myself a Hullion of sorts I’m baffled by it, sure this is my birth place and sure it has its good points but in general I can’t understand why anybody would want to visit this place. Now don’t get me wrong I love Hull’s old town, the architecture is amazing, the cobble stone streets, great museums and of course the breathtaking Trinity church but unfortunately the majority of Hull is a dump. 

Cluttered with ugly buildings, council estates, poor paving, and Jesus the 60s mosaic placed above BHS is just absolutely terrible I mean give me a time machine so I can go back and warn these people, it should never have been put up. It’s a shame because Hull has great potential but it’s just the lost city of England, when you look at London, you see cranes everywhere, a city that is constantly growing with a rich economy with many investors but Hull is stuck in the past, it’s the sad truth, it’s run by the wrong people with old visions.

It’s time to bring Hull out of the 60s because it has the potential to be great, hopefully the City of culture can deliver us.

Good night and happy new year.