You know it’s Christmas when the lights start being on all day, when the shops are packed and the tubes are filled with people loaded down with bags, even in a Lockdown – where did they manage to buy all that if the shops are shut? Of Course the supermarkets have had Mince Pies on … More It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas
Did you know that you can go up the inside of Tower Bridge and walk across the top? We didn’t but when Ash saw an advert on Instagram the other week he was eager to go and do just that. So here is what we found…
Over the last few weeks we have been drinking a few Bubble/Milk teas and telling you all about it, but we have also been trying to find new Indy Coffee shops to try out and so here is another collection of places we have found for you to try.
The other week we visited The Sky Garden, but beforehand we found ourselves on the Southbank, feeling a little peckish and needing a coffee or something. Under Tower Bridge we spotted a ‘Real Greek‘ Restaurant with a sign outside showing off their menu and saying that all main meals were 50% off during the day. … More The ‘Real Greek?’ Or It’s all Greek to Us!
The top of an office block in the City of London is a strange place to want to go on a wet Tuesday Afternoon, but last week we and about a hundred others queued up at the bottom of number 20 Fenchurch St.
Have you been out for a meal recently? Since this whole Lockdown and overall chaos, we have not been dining out. But last weekend it was a friend and some times creative input to this Blog, Colstar’s Birthday and we were heading to a restaurant. This is our experience.
We went to #kyotogardenhollandpark
for a #tranquil Afternoon see what we found in our latest post on #climbingmoss … More Little Kyoto
We like coffee as you may have gathered if you’ve read more than half a dozen posts on here! And we like to tell you of our experiences, so you know where to go and where not to, should you find yourself there, so with that in mind, read on…
Since the beginning of the Year and with all the closures and stuff we have not been Climbing, so with the restrictions lifted and the walls of London finally opening again we were eager to get back and see how it has changed and what it is going to be like climbing post Lockdown.
The Regent’s Canal in London is 200 years old this week. But the canal isn’t just a waterway for Narrowboats, but for so much more.