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Another feather on his cap

Here’s are some highlights of Manny Pacquiao on his first game as a professional basketball player and coach.

He dribbles too high he makes it easy to steal the ball -.- 11 more words

The Tube

Welcome Back, Yours Intensely, London.

Just a few hours after landing from the monster Sydney to London flight I’m sitting on my Nan’s sofa enjoying a cup of tea. Having gone straight from the airport to the Business Design Centre dragging a tonne of conference gear for the next day’s British Medical Journal Fair, I’m physically spent. 801 more words

You know you're in England when...

I’ve just returned from my first trip back to the UK in almost two years, where I was lucky enough to spend two weeks with friends and family. 721 more words


How tube trains will look in 2022

As anyone who’s used the London Underground on a weekday before 9am knows, tube trains are desperately overcrowded and the network – the oldest of its kind anywhere in the world – has been creaking under the strain of an expanding city population for some time. 259 more words


Checking it out.

For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, or been living under a rock in Victoria Crater, I have been getting a little excited about the upcoming summer gigs, most notably Sasha and Digweed. 1,130 more words

Day 3/4

After getting out of that horrid hotel just shy of the Heathrow Airport we woke up and got our butts in gear to gtfo and back to the airport. 1,071 more words

Mind the Gap!

My first trip outside of Switzerland to London was a success, and I’m pretty happy about that because getting there was definitely not easy. A train from Lausanne to the Geneva Airport, a 1 hr flight to London Gatwick, the Gatwick Express train to London Victoria, having no idea how to get to our hostel, then the tube to Bayswater, and with much confusion and walking later we finally found our hostel! 911 more words