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1. Cheap haircuts in London
Cheap haircuts in London
My hair was the bane of my youth. Thick, tightly coiled springs crowded my head, an impenetrable mass of rough dryness. I longed to run my fingers through it like my straight haired friends. One freezing winter night while walking back from a disco it...
Fashion & Beauty - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:53:31
2. SeaMonkeys and similar creatures at Hamleys Toy Shop, London
The other day while wandering round Hamleys - London's finest toyshop on Regent Street - I was struck by a box in the science section: 'TRIOP WORLD. Grow a pet from the age of the DINOSAURS!' This nature/toy transported me back to a poignant episode of my youth, when I had an unfortunate experien...
hobbies-games-toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 19:01:51
3. A hidden Gem in London town
January is always a depressing month, so I was delighted to discover on a cold and dank day, the incredible diamond that is the: 'Sir john Soane's Museum' This Gem really got my year off to a great start. I love it when I find a little bit of London history that's off the main tourist track. Lond...
culture-and-society - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:35:12
4. Adam a piece of flash fiction inspired by a song
Sometimes a song can really unearth a long forgotten memory and echo exactly how we felt at a particular time in our lives. It happened to me the other day when an old tune on the radio brought me right back to a glorious summer in my early youth. This memory jolt inspired a piece of flash fictio...
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:34:38
5. Two numbers
I've been using London Underground for well over twenty years now. I'm a slave to the ageing behemoth, cursing and thanking the old master in almost equal measure. Over the years I've witnessed countless events on the tube: fights, frolics and fatalities, they're all too often part of the undergr...
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:34:06
6. Underground angel experience the London Tube
London's a brilliant, big and brutal city. Getting to and from work is a daily struggle as stressed, self-interested strangers battle through their commute. But last night, on my journey home I witnessed a scene of unbridled kindness that warmed my heart. Working late I avoided the rush hour. On ...
travel-and-places - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:28:59
7. Tea, coffee, cake and fashionable cupcakes in London town
When wandering London's streets I'm always on the lookout for a good place to stop off for tea and cake. Sadly, over the years I've seen many fantastic independent cafes close down and be replaced by the branded coffee chains that now dominate our high streets. I like to enjoy my tea and cake in ...
travel-and-places - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:27:58
8. The Vintage Magazine Shop
As a kid I loved comics. I couldn't wait for my Saturday morning Beano, desperate to catch up with Desperate Dan and friends. When I reached my teens I progressed to the poptastic 'Smash Hits' which led to the uber cool 'The Face.' At one point in my mid twenties my collection of magazines got so...
travel-and-places - Wed, 04 May 2011 08:26:44

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