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Olympic Park Walk

After my Southwark Walk on Good Friday, my Hyde Park walk on Saturday, and a wonderfully lazy Easter Sunday, I finished off the long weekend on Easter Monday (17th April) with a stroll around the… 637 more words

London

Newark Sangerfest 1906

Sangerfest, meaning singer festival, is a competition of Sangerbunds, or singer groups, with prizes for the best group or groups. Participants number from the hundreds and thousands, and the fest is usually accompanied by a parade and other celebratory events. 175 more words

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

There are many benefits to being an East Londoner: traditional pubs, great parks, decent work commutes, and being far away from west London scene. One other unexpected benefit is a surplus of space. 152 more words

London

Swan Wharf

YOU CAN’T BUY HAPPINESS BUT YOU CAN BUY A BIKE AND THAT’ PRETTY CLOSE

My mother-in-law’s bike went on quite a journey this weekend. The trail between Three Mills and Hackney Wick goes through a pretty dystopian urban landscape, but in-between you’ll find nostalgic pockets, especially when you follow the canal. 266 more words

March 26, 2017

So I’ve been working on a much longer post but it’s still not finished and it’s just some general China stuff, so I’m going to keep working on it and post sometime soon. 655 more words

Beijing

Cee's Which Way Challenge: Moody Monochrome

Bit of a moody monochrome collection of Which Ways for me this week :-)

Exploring in and around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, East London

Cee’s Which Way Challenge

Photography

Beijing Part 9: Olympic Park

Image Courtesy of Sally Cronin

The Olympic Park

The Olympic grounds had been built on razed farmland. We were told all the displaced farmers had been given jobs and a better apartment than the farmhouses they’d lived in. 592 more words

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