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The pond at the top of London


Whitestone Pond in Hampstead has recently been given a makeover. It started life as a watering hole for horses – and being near the much missed Jack Straws Castle it was a peoples’ pleaser, too. 30 more words

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A Glorious Few Days

It has been a glorious few days in leafy Highgate, since the cold weather has abated. Difficult, nonethelesssomuch, to think that my Singapore Expaterati girlies are right at this moment lounging poolside in bikinis or taking air-conditioned shelter in malls, gyms or places of work, if work is their thing. 298 more words


Updates from the set: Highgate Saturday Film Shoots

This week we catch up with Co-Director Donna’s group at the Saturday Film Shoots:

“As some of the other workshop leaders have mentioned in their own update blogs, this term we’re exploring the work of female filmmakers at the Saturday Film Shoots. 521 more words

Plz So Stop With The Guilt Trip

I’ve a bone to prick with you, dear readers, and prick it I will now, as follows.

After all I’ve done for you over the past year plus, keeping you a-nipple of the fascinating twists and turns of my life, generously sharing my deepest thoughts, and providing you with hot pics of my hot self, as well as seemingly endless reams of expert advice on… 760 more words


Autumn Inspired 'Kazari-Maki Sushi'

‘Kazari zushi’ means patterned or decorative sushi and many sushi makers challenge themselves to create beautiful and artistic kazari zushi. As it is the peak of autumn I wanted to try and capture the colours and shape of the yellow/brown and pink/red leaves. 128 more words

Chu Bakery

On the corner of Lincoln Street and William Street in Mt Lawley (Highgate?) you will find Chu Bakery. Only a couple of months old (opened the 25th of July this year), though the word has already spread quite far around town. 296 more words