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Day 14 - The Faltering Fullback, Finsbury Park

This is definitely one of my favourites so far – the Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park. It’s like three pubs in one. As the name suggests, it is a sport-themed pub (and I am using theme rather than leitmotif here because it is explicit). 347 more words

Move More pt 3 ... maybe running after all

Back in May, I posted that my “move more” campaign for 2014 was definitely not going to be made up of running , and for the last three and a half months I lived by that decision, because it was the right thing to do, because It’s Madness! 256 more words

August 2014

Clissold Park, N16.

Where are your favourite haunts for dog walks? I love exploring the parks of London, and find that visiting different places provides more mental stimulation for Leica through different smells, groups of dogs and distractions (great for consolidating recent training). 466 more words

Stringray cafe

We’ve found a new not so hidden gem in Highbury… Stringray Cafe on Highbury Park!

Cheap and cheerful Italian with amazing (huge!) pizzas from about £6 – all of which they can make gluten free for anyone who is so inclined. 7 more words

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Weds 13 Aug 2014: Parklife

Where I live is near a park called Finsbury Park. There are trains that go past the park and past my house and all the way to my Grandma’s house in Scotland. 112 more words

Wild's Diary

Blackberries and Barbeques

We spent Saturday foraging for blackberries on Parkland Walk in glorious sunshine.

Parkland Walk is one of those places you go to in London and leave behind the rat race, the hectic lifestyle. 217 more words

The Jazz Bars of London

The original soundtrack to drinking was creamy smooth, velvety jazz. The Carouser loves some of the rock stars of jazz like Sinatra, John Kerouac and Miles Davis. 498 more words

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