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A weekend in London

*please note this post is sponsored by Travelodge however all opinions are my own.

This weekend I had so much to do I could barely wrap my head around it. 497 more words

Travel

LONG EXPOSURES IN CENTRAL LONDON.

January 15, 2018

It may sound weird, but for a long time, I shied away from dabbling with both night and long exposure photography, until last Saturday. 509 more words

Life, Adventures & Travels

Henry Stephen Webb

Henry was born in Wolverhampton in 1877, the son of Titus and Ann Webb. His father died in 1888, so he was living with his widowed mother and siblings Titus, Hannah, Harriet, Ellen, Albert and Emma at 66 Oxford Street, Wolverhampton in 1891. 140 more words

Men Who Served

Rathbone Square

One of the newest mixed commercial residential projects in London is Rathbone Square. A large development just off Oxford street, Rathbone Square contains flats, restaurants and the offices soon to be occupied by Facebook.  108 more words

Things To Do

London Trip

Madam and I headed East last week for a couple of days, a trip to London was something we did yearly to see the lights when in Essex but since moving to Devon this is obviously trickier. 526 more words

Photography

Toxic Parents and Our Last Christmas Light

Last week was the peak of the holiday season here in London and I met a gorgeous lady whom I regarded as a stranger before. We just met out of nowhere and we talked a lot on a day. 839 more words

Sleeping with Six Strangers...

Don’t worry guys, this is not as the title may suggest the start of a really cringe horror. Nor is it the start of something you would only find on the adult channels after the watershed (I don’t know, do they show this sort of thing?). 1,064 more words

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