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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: Rock ‘N’ Roll Rescue Music Charity Shop – Camden Town, London.

May 2019. I was strolling through Camden Town with Baddi when I caught sight of Rock N’ Roll Rescue. At first glance it was simply a case of “Record store!” and I was off… gleefully heading towards it as if I still had an actual music collection I could add to. But before I even got […]

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Travel Report: The Changing of the Guard, Buckingham Palace.

Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! May 2019. “Oh my god it’s very busy” sighed The Fairy as we arrived at The Mall. Picking our way through the sea of trudging bodies, we inched closer and closer to the mall’s western end towards Buckingham […]

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Travel Report: The David Bowie Mural – Brixton, London.

May 2019. If The Fairy had only a vague idea about The Beatles and the significance of Abbey Road, she was even less clued up about an English rock star referred to, among other monikers, as Ziggy Stardust and The Thin White Duke. But that didn’t stop me from dragging the poor woman out to the […]

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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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