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Bare Feet

Walking across the local playing fields on a lovely sunny warm day in Hertfordshire, I kicked off my shoes to experience the freshly cut grass. It made me think of a paper I’d recently read on the carriers in World War Africa where the author was commenting on the carriers not having shoes and that this was a sign of mistreatment. 574 more words

WW1

Our 4th year anniversary at Shaka Zulu in Camden, London

We celebrated our 4th year anniversary with my fiancée-James yesterday.

As Duncan Hines once said: “Nearly everyone wants as least one outstanding meal a day.” We decided to have our ‘outstanding’ meal at Shaka Zulu as we visited this restaurant before and were really impressed with it. 389 more words

Lifestyle

Let's talk about this brilliant scene

If there is one major figure in South African history who is celebrated and criticised with equal fervor, then it has to be Shaka kaSenzangakhona, better known as Shaka Zulu… 470 more words

Identity

Kenya: Our Two Types of Race

Don’t worry, as usual this is coming from somewhere deep inside… The other day at the mall I witnessed an atrocious display of sheer nonsense and immaturity. 555 more words

Watu Wetu

Camden Dining

Camden Dining covers a range of cuisines, from the Pan-Asian delights of Gilgamesh to the Latin American-inspired dishes at The Cuban, take a gastronomical journey around the world with 6 stunning restaurants situated in Camden, Forest Hill & Bray.

Venue Partners

Soundtrack '63 Sings To Your Soul

The sounds of beating drums, bowing violins and scratching vinyl records are matched with visuals of lynched men, frustrated protesters and Freedom Riders. Unlike other live performances I’ve witnessed, … 782 more words

Events

Here’s Why Being A Narcissist Isn’t Such A Bad Thing...

A lot of people go through life with an inferiority complex. They don’t know their own strengths, so they allow their brains to tell them they’re losers. 605 more words

Lifestyle