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Culture, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, Travel

AmsterDAM WE HAD A GOOD TIME!

SO THE SUN ROSE ON OUR SECOND DAY IN THE ‘DAM! Well, the sun didn’t exactly rise, but the grey day crept into existence and we LEAPT  (staggered) out of bed, bright eyed and bushy tailed (bleary eyed and limp tailed). We decided the first port of call was coffee, and it needed to be stronger than this workout video. Luckily enough, we stumbled upon the brilliantly named Mr Bean, who were ready to administer us with as much caffeine we required, while we planned out the days  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West-End

Restaurant Reckoning: MeatMarket, Covent Garden

Here’s a cheeky little post for a cheeky little dinner. Despite my intents and ambitions of making my career all about the creative aspects of life, I do feel that it is essential to work in a 9-5 city office job for at least a while, for only then shall you know the sheer crackle of hopeful electricity that runs through an office past 3.30pm on a Friday. The collars are unbuttoned, the typing speed slows to about 10 wpm, and the photocopier wheezes as the last timesheet is squeezed  ...

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Culture, Eats and Drinks, Travel

BERLIN Part 1- What’s the WURST that could happen?!

Last Thursday evening, three chums with eyes bleary and heads achey from the slog of the working week convened at Kings Cross St Pancras laden down with overstuffed weekend bags. WE WERE OFF TO BERLIN. Four days of sausages, beer, sight-seeing, beer, hostelling, beer and rollicking good fun awaited us. Of course there was only one way to whet our over-excitable whistles-by sampling some of the delights in the brilliant Sourced Market Bar at St Pancras which stocks a WHOLE HOST of craft ales  ...

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Culture, Feel-Good, Humour, London, Uncategorized

small pleasures and daily sparkle

I always carry a notebook round with me. In it, I scribble funny things I hear, shopping lists, notes from exhibitions I’ve been to, lists of films and books I need to see and read (is it really a travesty that I haven’t seen ‘Independance Day’?!), scraps of poems I like and ideas for blogs and articles. I also write down a few things I’m grateful for each day. The reason I do this, is because it really makes you actively search for the good things in life, the  ...

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