My Flat In London

21 Apr 19
Rōming the planet

Part of my strategy, to combat post-festival depression, was to save some vacay for the aftershock. One night in Amsterdam before jetting off to London to see a bunch of friends and then leaping back into France for my eventual return home seemed like a fine plan. Sometimes, though, things really don’t turn out as […]

21 Apr 19
The Anonymous Widower

This Google Map shows the Western end of Paddington station. Note. In the top right hand corner of the map you can see the canal boats parked alongside the station. The light brown flat roof, would appear to be the roof of the London Underground station, which has two platforms and is served by the […]

21 Apr 19
jiayilyucsvpa

For this theme, I think  that things have two sides. When people saw one thing, it has two different sides, first one is the objective, objective is that what you see, like a documentary picture. But another one is the subjective, subjective is that one thing, what do you think, it becomes like that. So […]

21 Apr 19

Welcome to our podcast dedicated to discussing well-known movies and TV shows that one of us has never seen. In this episode we’re talking about The Muppet Movie (1979, Rated G). You can find us on iTunes and Stitcher or listen here: Listen to “Episode 33: Wait. You’ve Never Seen The Muppet Movie?” on Spreaker. Here are […]

21 Apr 19
Busk England

I drove into Aylesbury from the north, dropping my things off at my friend’s house, a new build on the edge of town in a massive development called ‘Berryfields’. From here it was half an hour’s walk to the town centre. My stroll to the market square of Aylesbury took me down the Hale Leys […]

21 Apr 19
The universe loves a believer.

I’ve always been a bit of a free spirit at heart. I tend to be the friend who’s the first to do everything unconventional, but the last to do anything conventional. First to pack up my life, with no one to ask for guidance and live abroad for a few years alone. Last to get […]

21 Apr 19
Cece Beyer

I spent a night with some old university friends in my old university town. The night that bubbled with the memories of Jarvis Cocker and Damon Alban lookalikes, has made me pine for a past that’s long gone flat.

21 Apr 19
Clare O'Beara Multimedia Journalism

   Editing the short films for college was great fun, and I learned a lot. Technical specs (Skip this paragraph, if you are not mechanically minded like me.) Post production was an entirely positive experience, if you discount the times the Mac computer or Final Cut Pro 10 program crashed. I have written about these […]

21 Apr 19
I'd Rather Be In Disneyworld

At this point in my life I feel like I am at a total crossroads, in constant limbo with regards to pretty much every aspect of life. Since I used to be someone that would naturally sway more towards the pessimistic outlook this would often lead to me thinking that I would never achieve any […]

21 Apr 19
BusAndTrainUser

Sunday 21st April 2019 Let’s get the vinyl-over-windows frustration out of the way first. It’s never a good idea to ask the public to vote on branding; it’s bad enough letting them decide on EU membership or naming a research vessel for the British Antarctic Survey so when CT Plus Jersey (an HCT Group company) […]

21 Apr 19
I wheel travel

Westminster and the Parliament To end our travel in London, we decided to start this last day with a classic: Westminster and the Elizabeth tower, more famously known as the Big Ben clock tower. We crossed the Westminster Bridge to get a nice view on both. Unfortunately,  the tower is under renovation at the moment […]

21 Apr 19
Beth’s Chat

Happy Easter everyone! I know I haven’t written a blog post in ages but life happens and when I don’t have to deal with that i get drunk and sleep off the stress and anxiety of the life I have to deal with. I’m currently on a 12 hour bus journey to Rome so I […]

21 Apr 19
IGIRISUJEN

This spring break, I challenged myself to be in seven cities in seven days, but I don’t often do things by halves so I added a few little bonus rules. For a recap of said rules, click here. In the last post I’d just arrived in Kyoto, ready to start the challenge… After a pretty […]

21 Apr 19
Europe à la Madi

Saturday, 6 April 2019: Day 2 in London! Last Fall while I was still living in Allendale, I read about a Romanov exhibit at the Queen’s Gallery in Buckingham Palace and knew I needed to go! One might say I “inherited” an interest in Russian history from my mom so I have had an interest […]

21 Apr 19
London Life With Liz

As will now be apparent, I love a psychological thriller – and Erin Kelly and Marianne Kavanagh are masters of this genre. That’s not the only thing they have in common: both are experienced journalists who have written for magazines and newspapers. ‘Stone Mothers’ is the name the Victorians gave their lunatic asylums, Erin explained. […]