The backpacker place was full of people coming and going. We got to know the few who were hanging around a bit longer. Jordan and Malina eventually left, once Jordan had fixed few things on his bike. That is how we came across Twat Head and the Yah-Yah girls! The aptly named (by Alistair) Twat head and The Yah-yah girls turned up, a day after us, and it just seemed like they would be there forever as they did not seem capable of taking any decisions. At first, sitting at the table, reading a book, I thought there was a repeat of the comedy “The Windsors” on TV, and that we were hearing the parody of the british princesses Eugenie and Beatrice. I turned my head to check out on the TV, and I saw two girls of about 20, talking with exactly the same ultra posh accent upper class British accent than the TV series. (if you have not seen this program, make sure you do, it is a parody and is extremely funny!). Initially, I thought they were having a laugh, but no, they really talked exactly like princess Bea and Eugenie in the TV show.