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Travelling the world



Camino group walk – Finsbury Park to Stoke Newington

It's the first time I've walked with the group since July. I felt lazy and sluggish when I woke. But that's when I know that it's time to just do it anyway. I travelled across London to get to the... Continue Reading →

The London Commute – Waterloo and City Line

  If you've ever wondered what a commute is like in London, here's a picture of the queue to get to Bank on the Warerloo City line at around 8.40 am. Commuters quietly queuing and inching their way into these... Continue Reading →

Rugby World Cup 2015 – Australia vs Wales – Live photo updates

am at Twickenham stadium. Shall post photos as I take them. Excited. Can't speak in whole sentences! Barracking for Australia. Of course.                    Wales practising their scrum.    Half time score   Congrats Aussie!    

Day out in London town

 T minus 9 days to camino.I spent the afternoon catching up with the girls for Afternoon Tea, near the National Gallery. It's been a while since I was out this way. I've started to get used to these locations now,... Continue Reading →

My first camino stamp from St James Garlickhyde, London

I had thought you could only get your stamps once you were in the main routes. It never occurred to male that you could get stamps in your home country. That is until I "met" a guy in a camino... Continue Reading →

Hampton Court Palace – a toilet stop on my camino practice walk

So, as you know, I'm trying to get into the habit of putting some runs on the board in terms of training for my Camino, which incidentally is in about 2 months time. (I can't believe how quickly it's now... Continue Reading →

Russell & Bromley shoes

Welcome to my latest pair of shoes for this year. It took me some time to find it, but that's because I had to find the time. I knew what I wanted. It had to be flat heels. I'm doing... Continue Reading →

Of West End shows … so far.

Thought I'd give you a quite run down of the West End shows we've seen so far in London: Les Miserable - Classic, a must-see if you haven't seen it. It's been showing for 30 years in the West End,... Continue Reading →

Thriller Live

Having an evening free to ourselves, we went to Half price tix to see what was available. Hmm, 39 Steps, or Thriller Live? I was a bit skeptical. I thought it'd be a good show - love the music -... Continue Reading →

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