It’s been a while since we have done a coffee mega post and as per-usual we have been drinking coffee by the bucket load! So we checked out some new shops, some good, some bad and some freaking terrible! Advertisements
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Climbing Wall in London to review and so when we realised that The Arch, Biscuit Factory and Building One have merged and re-opened as one new, shiny and bigger centre. Now known as Building One + we had to check it out.
Smithfield Meat Market and the surrounding area is 150 years old and last weekend they had a birthday party. So we went along to check it out.
A pre-warning here this will probably turn into more of a rant than a review. In November 2017 in the search for Christmas presents I (Bob) found out about this product, from the company Smarter – You may know them from the iKettle, the smart kitchen appliance that you can use to turn the kettle … More The Not So ‘Smarter FridgeCam’
Today is one of those wonderful days where we have the most perfect excuse to go and drink beer in the afternoon. Since the beginning of the year we have been eagerly awaiting the opening of the Angel Brewdog – Because you know we like our Brewdog! Well today Tiny Rebel had a special Showcase … More Beer at first sight
The other night we went out for an evening with the intention of ticking off a few of the things we have been meaning to all in one go. Beers, Burgers and then a little bit of Culture.
By now you have seen our posts of pubs in The Angel in Highbury/Barnsbury and more recently Camden area, but as London is a big place there are a lot of pubs and we figured it was time for another area. This time Soho!
Having suffered the share lack of Vegetarian food on our recent holiday to Corsica, we decided it was time we treated ourselves to a meal in a restaurant and not the usual Penné Arrabbiata that most restaurants offer as the only Veggie option, instead we headed to Camden and Mildred’s Vegetarian/Vegan Restaurant.
It’s been a few months and it seems we have exhausted a lot of the little, independent coffee shops in the areas we visit and we find ourselves returning to the same ones time and again, because we know we will get a decent cup of Java in a cup bigger than a seamstresses thimble! … More Coffee Megapost July 2018
After last weeks post all about Corsica we thought we would tell you about the activities to fill your day with. The only things we found to do was swim in the sea and climb on the boulders along the west coast of Corsica. But there is so much climbing that doesn’t appear on any other … More Climbing Moss on Corsica Boulders