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Roma

If you’ve read many of our blogs about travelling, you’ll probably have begun to notice a pattern of how we travel. We tend to attempt to walk an entire city, eating and drinking our way through the best food, coffee, sweets, and drink the city has to offer, while being as completely cheap as possible. 1,604 more words

Travels

January's Ales

Hello

Jon here

I collected quite a few beers over the festive period and never got round to drinking them. I always thought that most Christmas beers were a bit of a gimmick. 156 more words

Beer

The head brewer

A couple of weeks ago I paid a visit to St Peters Brewery, near Bungay.
Working on a new feature for Suffolk Magazine, I enjoyed the tour and chat about the history of this rather remarkable brewery. 28 more words

Suffolk

Climbing at Sydney Indoors Climbing Gym in St Peters

We headed down to St Peters to check out the indoor climbing gym. Grungy place! I mean the neighborhood, and the gym too at that. The picture above is of the street right off the St Peters train station – loads of really neat graffiti. 126 more words

Journal

Happy Birthday to Meeeeeeeeeee - Day Twenty

As birthdays go, this was a special one.

A little sleep in and then up and about. Deb wanted to get to the Vatican by 9:30 so that we could have a look around, check out St. 554 more words

Food

The Intellectual faculties of Free Church Elders - Letter in The Sunday Herald

IAN Bell compares the “intellectual faculties of imams with the ­fantasies of priests or elders of the Free Church of Scotland”.

I’m sure priests or imams can answer for themselves, but I wonder why he felt free to have this ­gratuitous dig at Free Church elders? 221 more words

Free Church

Drink local

As we are based in Cambridgeshire we thought it would be a good idea to go and visit some of the distillers, brewers and producers that are right on our doorstep in an effort to support local industry. 595 more words

Islay