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Why this famous market is so popular not only among tourists but also among Londoners? Every time when I go there it`s honestly overcrowded. What makes so many people to go there ? 579 more words


New (old) CDs

Friday, we didn’t have anything planned so we took a ride to Portobello Market.  Not the part that the tourists go to (or the Japanese that are obsessed with the movie Notting Hill) but up in the formerly crappy part* of Notting Hill near Ladbroke Grove.   247 more words


Exploring London | Notting Hill & Portobello Market

Unpopular opinion – I didn’t like Notting Hill the movie. For the rare few who hasn’t watched it, it’s about a super famous movie star with a megawatt smile (literally) who crosses path with a floppy-haired, somewhat aimless bookshop owner. 186 more words


Street Art #166

I’ve been meaning to do this one for absolutely ages.  It’s along the first stretch (the Golborne Road end) of Portobello Road, W10.  The sketches are amazing so do click on the individual images to view a larger version.


Portobello Road Market


This weekend we’re going to Portobello Market to see if we can catch a bargain. I love looking at all the things here; antiques, souvenirs, food, records and vintage goods. 76 more words

Striped silliness

Ah, yes, I’ve definitely reverted to usual behaviour now. Red and navy part-angora striped jumper (Jasper Conran for Debenhams) with a bit of a batwing sleeve thing plus buttons down the shoulders; £2 from Portobello Market. 92 more words


Attractive accessories

Several months on from The Move and Collecting Things Embargo, I am slowly, cautiously, venturing back out into Usual Shopping territory; and Friday morning at Portobello Market – the end beyond the Westway and the branchings-off up Golborne Road, of course – is always an interesting expedition. 160 more words