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Tour De Radskids™ - Interlude

Well then.

It’s all gone tits up I’m afraid. For me anyway!

You may have read, if you read this blog Jasmin ;), at the end of… 561 more words

On Running After One's Hat, by G.K. Chesterton

In this classic essay, G.K. Chesterton tells us that “{a}n adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered.” Moreover, “{a}n inconvenience is only an adventure wrongly considered.” Now you can do as you like, but I’m going to try this proposition out and see where it takes me. 29 more words


Restricted Access

Augustus Sly had some further questions for me, so we repaired to his rather dingy flat. Bella, our new dog, was with me and was lying on his drugget, rehearsing through the medium of REM sleep various encounters, remembered or imaginary, with sheep. 951 more words

Telecom Conferences

Batterseaevents organizes and manages telecom conferences in Europe and Middle East annually. Over 85% attendances are from the industry’s leading operations and regulatory bodies.

Competition in the telecoms market is high and rapidly advancing. 66 more words


Restaurant: Dip & Flip

Wondering around Clapham Junction looking for a quick dinner on a Sunday night and my mate suggests Dip & Flip. With him being a Northerner I wasn’t so sure, maybe it’s just that Northern love of gravy that draws him here. 230 more words


Battersea Park London.

A walk in Battersea Park London.

Photograph by Snapperjack.

Photography by Snapperjack.

Dip & Flip (SW11)

Whenever my sister comes to stay she requests two things:

  1. Lidl’s curry in a tin
  2. Dip & Flip

We’ve been there three times since October and I can’t help but order the same thing every time: the Dip & Flip burger (£9.95) and poutine to share (£4.75), this time with an Oreo milkshake too (£3 glass/£5 tin) which of course didn’t disappoint, making it a difficult post to write because all I want to say is to go and try it yourself! 490 more words