Deep-fried Mars Bars and a Sea Choc-a-bloc with Jellyfish. Sailing ’round Scotland

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About Jonathan Footerman

English, unmarried, born 1953 and classically privately educated, independently minded and "difficult", Jonathan Footerman left home and school at 17. Chartered Accountant and IT specialist with KPMG, he went to France in 1985 with Gillette and fully absorbed language and culture. Latterly a trouble-shooting CFO in French subsidiaries, he gave it up in 2008 (too unhealthy), began to write, learnt to sail, went solo around the UK in a 21 ft boat in 2010, and now needs a publisher for a sailing book, a novel and a collection of short stories from the High Savoy.

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  1. Great post, absolutely loved reading this, especially as I grew up in Fife. I used to live in Tayport, went to school in St. Andrews and have been to most of the other places on the east coast that you mentioned. Look forward to reading the next installment.. Hope you enjoyed the trip!

    p.s. I’ve never had a deep fried Mars bar but remember a school friend telling me that deep fried Mars bars were OK but deep fried Snickers were better!

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