I get quite a few requests for details of my Instagram account, despite it being linked to just over there on the right.
Anyway, here it is, along with a few other of my accounts you might want to follow:
And a couple of my Spotify playlists:
inspired by 6
just another indie/britpop playlist
I look forward to record (no pun intended) numbers of listeners.
Please feel free to add me on your social network(s) of choice.
Unless you’ve had enough of me already; in which case, why are you still reading this?
I said it here.
And other people shared it here.
And now, just not quite a week later, it’s still happening. 😮
Isn’t he, though? Also:
Ag, I don’t know about “melting the internet”. That sounds a bit like when the internet “destroyed Donald Trump” (Spoiler: it didn’t).
But it’s great that the band are getting some more airtime. And it’s nice that people are enjoying the stuff that I enjoy. Some sort of affirmation that I’m vaguely relevant, I guess.
Meh. I’ll take it.
Here’s the acoustic version of a-ha’s only number 1 hit (I know, right?) The Sun Always Shines On TV. and featuring Ingrid Helene Håvik.
Yes, another track from the upcoming MTV Unplugged Summer Solstice album, out in early October.
The next week or so is going to be ridiculously busy for me and the clan, but I will endeavour to keep you updated with exciting news, quality content and several (or more) quota photos.
Keep up by following the 6000 miles… Facebook page and my Instagram.
Big shout out to Andrew Sokolic, apparent head honcho at the WATER SHEDDING WESTERN CAPE Facebook group, who, it would appear, has chosen to copy and paste this popular post from my blog and pass it off as his own work to his 59,000 followers, thus:
(…and so on)
Well, they do say that shamelessly ripping off other people’s work is the sincerest form of flattery (or something), don’t they?
The good news is that everyone seemed there to like it. So if you’re in his group, why not drop a comment on the post, telling everyone where you saw it first? You can even point him (and them) to this post.
Thanks. And have a great day.
UPDATE: A ‘credit’ has appeared at the bottom of the post. It wasn’t there before. You can click the little drop down menu on the post and click “View Edit History” to watch it appearing, about an hour after the original was posted.
Thank you for all the fuss you guys kicked up. It’s been fun. 🙂
UPDATE 2: And now:
h/t Richard for the heads up.
Regular readers know I love Cape Agulhas. It’s my happy place. I walk, I take photos, I fly my drone, I eat, I drink, I braai, I sit, I watch, I enjoy; I love it there. It even has its own category on here. And in my mind, it doesn’t need selling as a tourist destination. But of course, if does need selling as a tourist destination, because there are loads of other amazing places in South Africa, all vying for your visit by being sold as tourist destinations.
Generally, I have to say that the agency responsible for encouraging you to go down south – “Discover Cape Agulhas” – does a pretty good job. And while the drive through the rolling hills of the Southern Cape is usually very enjoyable, I’m really not sure what they were thinking by posting this quote over (arguably) their biggest draw card this morning:
Let me set the record straight (if you haven’t worked it out from my first paragraph already):
Yes, the journey is great, especially if you travel well. But arriving is actually what it’s all about – we’ve been through this before. Don’t be put off by the thought of a decent journey being ruined by eventually getting to Cape Agulhas. Because when you get there, it really is very good – I promise.
Despite whatever the tourist agency are hinting at here.