For someone who has lived in London for over two years now, I thought it was time to visit two of the most popular and well known attractions (and institutions beyond tourism); ZSL London Zoo and Natural History Museum. 237 more words
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London Underground is a perfect example of human ‘swarming behaviour’.
I visited Brunel University for the first time across in west London for the open evening of ‘Swarm’, held in there art gallery. As Brunel does not have an art department this is a changing space that hosts up to five exhibitions from guest creatives, all curated by George Mogg. 296 more words
It was a four hour round trip to visit this exhibition at Brunel University titled ‘Swarms’ but I knew the artists and curator would be at the open night and would be a perfect opportunity to expand my contact list of ‘experts’, but more in the ‘art’ spectrum rather than science.
I know I was on my way to London Bridge. But it was only from going through my ‘i phone notes’ that I remembered how I had quickly whizzed past on archway with the banner, ‘London Honey Co.’, naturally I have ‘Googled’ it and they are not only a supplier of honey but seem to be enthusiasts. 38 more words