We’re very proud to announce to you all that we have awarded ourselves a mini victory (Still counts as an award even if self-certified I think!). Since the beginning of the month we have noticed an increasing number of boats admitting defeat and lighting their fires. I am proud to say we hadn’t … at […]Read more "It’s Official We’re Boaty"
Tranquility, peace, idyllic, quiet, all words which spring to mind when people consider a life aboard a narrowboat. Ideas which are 90% founded on truth. However, following my experience last night, it’s time to consider that other 10%. Boats are blumin noisy, and a lot of the time noisy with unidentified, terrifying, are we sinking noises. […]Read more "Living on a Narrowboat – What goes glug in the night!"
“The phrase “mal de débarquement” is French for “Sickness from Disembarkation”. Mal de débarquement syndrome (common name disembarkment syndrome) is a rare neurological condition usually occurring after a cruise or other sustained motion event. MdDS is typically diagnosed when a person reports a persistent swaying, or bobbing feeling (though they’re not necessarily rocking). This usually follows […]Read more "Land Sick / Sea Sick / Motion Sick – My Plight"