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Of book vendor Gareth and his stall at London’s South Bank

May 17, 2015 |

Queen’s Walk on South Bank from Westminster Bridge in the west to the Blackfriars Bridge in the east is home to a culture of its own with street artists, musicians, skateboarders, icemen, and clowns. People are enjoying their time walking … Read More

Of a rare record shop in rocking London

April 19, 2015 |

You instantly start browsing through record crates and racks, flipping from one record to the next, stopping at the occasional sleeve to check it out. With the sounds of Ju Man from Gary Bartz or Surfin’ Bird by the Ramones … Read More

Of scary London Bridge Experience in the bustling capital

March 22, 2015 |

“My father was a scene manager for a science museum,” tells James Kislingbury. “So I have always been brought up with museums around me and going to the science museum and doing things that I should not have been doing … Read More

Discover Jumi Cheese at London’s busy Borough Market

January 26, 2015 |

With so many different smells of fish, fresh bread or spices, and sights of colourful fruits and tempting sweets and pastries it is hard to decide where to turn to first, at which stall to make a stop and have … Read More

Of homemade Swiss cheese at London’s busy Borough Market

January 25, 2015 |

With so many different smells of fish, fresh bread or spices, and sights of colourful fruits and tempting sweets and pastries it is hard to decide where to turn to first, at which stall to make a stop and have … Read More

Of imperturbable Yeoman Warders in London’s old Tower

November 15, 2014 |

A light drizzle has been the constant companion throughout the morning and you cannot help but feel an unwelcome chilliness slowly seeping through your coat and boots – and still you find yourself part of a long queue, eager to … Read More

Discover Twinings’ famous tea shop in London

October 26, 2014 |

In 1662 Catharine of Braganza brought it with her dowry to Britain. Almost 200 years later, Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, developed its consumption into a social event and today it is so tightly connected to British culture that one … Read More

Of a vivid Twinings’ tea ambassador in London’s historic coffee house

October 25, 2014 |

In 1662 Catharine of Braganza brought it with her dowry to Britain. Almost 200 years later, Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, developed its consumption into a social event and today it is so tightly connected to British culture that one … Read More