Goddam Europeans take me back to beautiful England

We had a discussion last night as to why we took an anti-clockwise route. I think it was because we didn’t want to hit Weston and then spend the first couple of hundred pages talking about Wales in what is really a pean to a bygone England.

It does mean that the really arduous part is last, loads of two hour plus drives along wind-y bendy roads that scream “Araf” at you when you least expect it. To get back on the motorway home later today will be a blessing, suspect the feeling of returning to England will be as good as hitting that last goddam pier.

14th Most Influential Person in the West Midlands 2008, subsequently not placed. His new book about visiting every seaside pier in England and Wales — Pier Review — has been described as “On the Road meets On the Buses”, it's out now. Jon wrote and directed the first ever piece of drama to be performed on Twitter and founded the famous blog Birmingham: It's Not Shit.

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