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Camden Town Canal, London.

My first (another one) narrow boat experience – it took place in inner London, on Camden Town and Regents Canals. With a group of my daughters long time friends we had a wonderful “travel through time” as we explored and were amazed at the life around the canals. 10 more words

Featured

eating alone: feels like home to me

There’s something comforting about going to a local cafe and having them treat you like a regular even though you’re thousands of kilometres away from home.  253 more words

Food

Street Art London: Drawing inspiration from the world around us...

Street Art London: Drawing inspiration from the world around us…

Without a doubt, London has transformed into a worldly mecca for business, culture, fashion, and the arts.   91 more words

Glass Art

Camden, London.

Though many people still see Camden as an alternative capital of the UK, when I visited the markets, it had become way too commercialised for me to enjoy, it wasn’t the Camden you see in alternative indie films, the Camden you see in old photos, or the Camden you read about musicians playing small shows in. 356 more words

Travel Blog

we need to talk about camden


Camden Town, ladies and gentleman. There’s no way to properly describe Camden, it’s just Camden. It’s grimy and tacky and great, and vibrant and awful and touristy and local and rough and everything, it is Camden and can be everything at once. 470 more words

Sketchbloggery

In Camden Town

Puneal skin and the distant cry of birds.
The rumbling thunder of the road.
And builders beginning:
shaking tools, steel against steel.

Saturday Morning in Camden Town. 71 more words

Dan McGill

MinimalMonochrome

Asymmetrical White Blouse /Alternatives – SheInside

Black Bomber Jacket /Original Bershka (Sold out in Black)

Very Close Jacket Alternative /ASOS

Black Skinny Jeans (Self Ripped) / 442 more words

Fashion