One of the journeys was, I was on a boat. We'd sold up our houses, or our house, I wish we did have houses, we'd sold up our house. We were on board a boat with some of the nurses, and it was, I think it was Malay nurses. And we were on this, and it was like a ferry type thing. So it wasn't just one boat, there was various boats all together. And I was going up this nice little sedate river and we were travelling along. And then I had a problem with one of the Malayan guys and we ended up in a struggle and a fight. And my wife intervened and then one of the other girls intervened. And then I was starting to sort of say, "No, no, no, no, no" and I started to actually throw up all over my wife, regurgitate. And I said, "No, no, no, no." And I remember that vividly. And that was, so it was very serene and then it was a fight. And I know what the fight was. It wasn't anything against the people that were there. It was a fight to say, "No, you're not having me."
And then the next time it was the Kylie Minogue syndrome which, I'd actually managed to catch her. And we won't go into the state of dress and the state of, how can we say, whatever, attitudes. But there was a sense there, because of the state, and again it was a very serene build-up to it, very, very serene. And it was a chase, and it was a chase into a building. And she was dressed in, excuse the term, stockings, suspenders and not a lot else. And her boyfriend, husband, whatever he was, that's the vague area, stepped in front of me and said like, "Sorry". And, and I said, "No, no". And that's where we went into the, "No, no" and the fight back again. And there were some other things that I won't talk on about video, because it's a bit rude, but before, you know. But that was the other time. But it was very serene, a fight, and then back to serenity, normality.