hello all...sorry about the giant gap in blogging. i finally have something to blog about. Glastonbury was one of those things that you have to do once in your lifetime, grated i really do wanna do it again. my adventure started with getting the train to my friend Laura's, and then going out for dinner for a fun filled catch up chat about life and its going-ons. then early next morning Laura's friend Andy and his friend Sam, came to pick us up. we then sat in traffic for 6 hours trying to get to the gates. once there, we had to then find a good camping spot...this took a while, after that we had to put up our tent, which was rather easy. after the tent was up we went for a wander and caught up with our other friends, which we then found out had camped about 15 tents behind us...which we couldn't believe in such a giant place. one thing i enjoyed about camping, was the fact you were always outside, and you could look at the sky as it changed all day and all night. one of the greatest things about this wonderful experience was getting to see broken bells. i was one away from the front row..which i still cannot believe, and being able to see James mercer's face sing, in real life, right in front of me, man, its crazy. and something that i don't ever think i will be able to put into words.during the few days i did lots of other random things. tried so many different types of food, got to experience long-drops, go to a silent disco, go down the rabbit hole--to a dance floor and mini cinema, watched a motorbike show which was crazy scary, drank lots of cider, sat in the sun, danced on the hill, and many of my other adventures can be summed up in these random photos from awesome time at Glastonbury....hopefully i can get back to normal blogging--ness...hopefully!