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Travel Report: Young Vegans Pie Shop – Camden Town, London.

May 2019. “Have you ever tried a 100% vegan meal?” Baddi asked as we were wandering through Camden Town. I confirmed that I had not… you know… it’s something that just never quite made its way onto my bucket list. “Would you like to try? I know a pie shop and it’s really good!”. I’m all […]

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Travel Report: Black Gull Bookshop & Bindery – Camden Town, London.

May 2019. I really enjoyed my recent afternoon in Camden Town, because the place seemed to be on a mission to reconnect me with a few of my lost loves. After a spell leafing through records, music magazines and pop culture memorabilia at Rock ‘n’ Roll Rescue, it was now over to Black Gull Bookshop […]

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Travel Report: Harrington’s Pie and Mash – Tooting, London.

April 2017. Whenever I return to London from my foreign adventures I find myself gorging on all those amazing English dishes I’ve so badly missed during my time away. English breakfast, fish & chips, pork pies, Double Deckers, flapjacks, Branston pickle, the list could go on and on. Luckily Tooting Bec has got me covered […]

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Travel Report: Thoughts of the day from Tooting Bec Station, London.

May 2019. Whenever I set off on my days of London exploring the journey invariably starts here at Tooting Bec Station, my local underground stop. Situated on the northern line between Balham and Tooting Broadway, the station was designed by legendary London Underground architect Charles Holden and opened its doors in 1926. The station’s location […]

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Travel Report: Walker Wyatt Coffee – Tooting Bec, London.

May 2019. It was Henry who introduced me to Walker Wyatt Coffee during my first visit to Tooting Bec back in October 2015. I was immediately hooked, from the perfectly pitched latte and heavenly flapjack to the chatty staff who quickly learn what regular customers usually order. May 2019. Instinctively, I knew I’d found my […]

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Travel Report: Tooting Bec Common, London.

May 2019. There’s always something comforting about turning the corner onto Elmbourne Road and catching those first green flushes of Tooting Bec Common. After all, this place represents my London home now, as this is where I come to stay when I return to England’s capital from my latest foreign adventures. Not on the common […]

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Travel Report: Hyde Park, London.

September 2015. Every time I come to London I’m always amazed all over again at just how wonderfully green the city is. Upon my return each year I try to visit a different park and I’m nowhere near getting through everything. Hyde Park is arguably London’s most popular green space and thoroughly manageable at a […]

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