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Sunday Markets and the Lunar New Year

I began last Sunday cursing my alarm. It had been a huge week, and I wanted to spend my one day off in bed catching up on lost sleep. 199 more words


The Poor Law 2

Was poverty seen as something to be punished? The poor law amendment, August 14th, 1834.

Workhouses were built in the Victorian era to deter people from seeking help. 307 more words


Review: The Crooked Well

Isn’t my new years resolution to blog more going well, hey?! This week we’re back in Camberwell, where I’m continuing my efforts to discover the best establishments my local area has to offer. 487 more words

Food & Drink

Neo-gothic style: St Giles' church in Camberwell, London, UK

London, UK, images, styles, neo-gothic style, Grade II listed buildings, architecture, places of worship, churches, Church of England, St Giles’ church, Camberwell, re-built in the 19th century after a fire 6 more words


All Blue Espresso -187 Through Rd Camberwell VIC

Katie and I love brunch – it’s possibly the most stress free dinning experience there can be. It’s slow and relaxed and you can just take your time, sipping your tea or coffee (gross – don’t even try to tell me coffee taste good). 516 more words


Meditations on Inspiration in the Ordinary

London’s crowds are a source of frustration, generalization, demonization, and…..inspiration?

Whether you’re an author, an artist, an entrepreneur; everyone is looking for a little bit of inspiration out there in the grumbling and grey.  230 more words