The Best Flea Markets in London

Every city throughout the world shares the same building blocks; concrete, steel, and regrettably a lot of McDonald restaurants. One city that stands apart from the rest is London. London is home to some of the world’s most historical architecture, Victorian era public transport, and some 700 historical and cultural sites. With all those ticked off […]

London, much more than the Royal baby’s home

[The following is a guest post from Katty, who originally visited London for the first time to improve her English; as a first stop in an ongoing travel adventure which currently has her in Spain] I have been travelling for almost 16 months now and it all began with my stay in London. Last summer […]

London Sightseeing

31 May – 07 June 2010 – Doesn’t time fly My highlights from the city of London so far have been the simple things. Catching up with friends and family. My first Guinness in a London pub. Random meanderings through the city streets. The breadth of food and drink available. Lastly the parks, statues and […]

Battle to London

29 May 2010 – 31 May 2010 “We must embrace pain and burn it as fuel for our journey” – Kenji Miyazawa What follows is a chronological timeline of the small battles and the large battles that James and I faced in our war with distance and time in order to reach London. Koh Phangan to […]