Tuesday, 23 July 2013
How not to use the metro in Prague...
If you don't know me, I am often one to burst in to song. I can't sing. Sometimes I sing original songs about what I am doing at the moment, such as looking for olives in the supermarket. I like to think I am the star of a musical. So in Prague I founded The Song For All Occasions: Take Two. I am going to share a bit of it with you before sharing the oh so classy meaning behind it.
It is to the tune of the Conga and inspired by the Train Line Advert.
Choo choo choo
Begging on the Train Line
Choo choo choo give me a Corona
If you haven't guessed I ended up begging on the metro in Prague.
We were on our way to the main station to get our first night trian. We pooled all our change together. We were 1 ckr short. What do you do? As head of logistics it was my duty to make sure we had the money. And I failed. It was time to right my wrong...
Instead of choosing the lets go break a note by buying crisps amd getting change method, I choose the begging approach.
I scooped out the potential targets. First I asked 2 girls. They rejected my desperate plea. Then I chose a nice man. He looked friendly. He didn't understand my need, as instead of asking for 1 ckr I was asking for 1 corona. Alchoalhic. After some more sweet talking he gave the crazy tourist with a massive backpack some money and we were able to buy our ticket and get the night train to Krakow! Logistical success right there.