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Mai Tai

Think they call it a busman’s holiday but we honestly couldn’t think of a better way of recording such vital-to-ongoing-life information. What use is a scrap of paper with a recipe scribbled on it when you can sit back and … Continue reading

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End of Day One: Hawaii

End of day one in Hawaii and while everyone back home is being wakened by time-to-get-up-for-work alarms, we are just catching up with emails and reflecting on our first day in Hawaii… yeah, you guessed, with a beer. It’s pretty … Continue reading

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What’s This All About?

You know, sometimes this job takes us to some really horrible places. I don’t mean dangerous, vulnerable, poverty-stricken, hard-to-handle places in the world. No, they are interesting, educational and quite often pretty character-building. That’s what is so great about this … Continue reading

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Meeting the Mad Hatter

It’s not every day you are greeted by the client at his factory gate holding a can of lager in one hand and a cigarette in the other: “Awright Rumble, fancy a beer?” Something told us that this wasn’t going … Continue reading

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Filming at Tyne Cot

Excerpt from WORLD WAR BATTLEFIELDS FILM by RUMBLE TV Pressed for time there was, we thought, no time to take in the scale of Tyne Cot: nearly 12,000 graves and 35,000 men commemorated by name on the walls of the … Continue reading

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