Makin’ pals in Prague

We all taught our first classes this afternoon. Some of us decided to head out and celebrate a little, and it proved a fine chance to get to know each other a little better.

Prague is beautiful.


There’s so little police presence in Prague, I don’t think I’ve actually seen any yet. It makes travelling about the streets and metro much more relaxing with a beer. Then again, I can’t even imagine it being a problem? At least, no one appears to care…






I’ve already mentioned that the beers cheap. It’s actually nice, too. I’m not a beer drinker and I’ve lost count of how much I’ve consumed.

When was the last time you could buy 17 beers in a bar which mounted up to a mere £23? Yeah, exactly.



Evenings like tonight, you notice you’re the only Englishman around. The impressions came thick and fast.



Mez actually does a pretty great impression, and I guess Dan’s ain’t too bad either. Between them, they’ve got the upper-class and thug-life covered.



Everyone is easy to get along with. Here’s my flat mate, Matt. At some point in the night he approached a group of girls and attempted to pass off a fucking Scottish accent. Why? I don’t know, he’s from California, and while what he was saying didn’t sound remotely Scottish, I admired his enthusiasm.






Hopefully at the weekend there’s going to be more of an effort to get the rest of the gang out.

I’m off to bed, I’ve got class in a few hours…


3 thoughts on “Makin’ pals in Prague

  1. Same with Spain, the beer is so cheap here and tastes miles better than anything cheap from home. I never drink beer in Glasgow but I too have lost count of the number of pints I’ve had since arriving here.

    1. That, right there, is some serious truth.

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