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Culture, Events, Hobbies, London, North

The Classic Car Boot Sale

On a whim a couple of weeks ago me and Him went for a mosey to Kings Cross, to investigate the Classic Car Boot Sale. A whim it may have been, but it turned out to be a WHEELY good day (sorry/not sorry). Popping up in London and Hastings a couple of times a year, the Classic Car Boot Sale brings together a whole fleet of Vintage lovers. They rock up in their beautifully shiny, restored motors from days gone by, and set up stall selling all manner of vintage booty- clothes, vinyl, homeware,  ...

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24 and a half hours in Amsterdam

How to spend 24 and a half hours in Amsterdam- A Guide by Bloody Hell Brennan Birdwatch Ride the tram Visit the Flower Market  Drink beer (obviously) Ponder a career in drug baroning Wear clogs Eat cheese (obviously)   Gaze at the street art Shop in the Western Canals Munch on huge sandwiches at Festina Lente Followed up with a trough of pancakes from The Happy Pig  Stroll around the hidden Begijnhof courtyard Practice your selfie skills before eating Ethiopian food with your hands at  ...

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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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Coffee and Cafes, Culture, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Hobbies, Hobbies, Lifestyle, London, South

Scone With the Wind at Brixton Village

Brixton on a sunny Saturday morning is something that can’t really be described. It has to be seen, smelt, tasted and heard to really understand it. As you step off the tube and wander towards Brixton Village you’re confronted by TFL workers embracing and laughing as they take over from each other on shifts, 90s R’n’B  blaring out of an enormous butchers where queues of people are lining up for chops, gospel music and shouting as preachers attempt to inspire those  ...

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