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Drugs & Didgeridoos.

DAY 124.

It was a pre-dawn exit from my Fitzroy palace to make the early trip along the famous Great Ocean Road. I left Fitzroy with a heavy heart as I’d become quite fond of the eccentricity, the totally bonkers inhabitants and incredible ice cream. 1,725 more words

Didgeridoo

40 Maltby Street - A Humble Wine Operation

We’re sitting under a railway arch in Bermondsey on a chilly Friday evening, sipping our way through a wonderful bottle of red. Trains trundle overhead sporadically & I think to myself…this really is a different sort of wine bar – and I like it. 599 more words

Restaurants

Bits of Borough Market, London Bridge

Borough Market is an institution, the problem is deciding what you’re goin to eat. Salted beef sanwiches with pickle, a croissant and the besy filtered coffee of your life at Monmouth, Iberian ham at the Jamoneria, fresh cheese from Neal’s Yard Dairy, suckling piglet from roast, burrata from an Italian vendor or paella from a Hispanic one, or just gorge yourself on freebies! 10 more words

Travel

Tower Bridge, The Iconic Bridge of London England, UK

Tower Bridge, The Iconic Bridge of London England, UK

Tower Bridge, The Iconic Bridge of London England, UK. Tower Bridge is historic, construction on Tower Bridge in London England started in 1886 and took 8 year to complete. 168 more words

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A Canadian running in London

Running in London is different. For starters, pedestrians do NOT have the right of way. Ever. Aside from the fact that I am continually looking the wrong way at every intersection, cars will rarely yield to you. 543 more words

Running

Charles Dickens worshipped in this church: St George the Martyr in London, UK

London, UK, images, St George the Martyr; St George, a Roman soldier of rank who is famous for having slain the dragon of falsehood and deceit, was martyred for persevering in the truth, in an era when Christianity was unwanted by the authorities and strongly discouraged. 111 more words

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