My writing is now focused mainly on London content, but it started as a general travel blog in 2016. I haven’t had the heart to abandon those posts so you can find them under ‘All Over The World’!
Or just find all my latest posts here:
6 Times That Sheep Made History, Part 1
So, I’m aware it’s been a while since I posted. I decided that if I was going to make a comeback, I needed to do so with a bang. And what better way to do that than a blog post all about: SHEEP! Hell yeah. Don’t miss Part 2!
The Anti-Slavery Protest at the Great Exhibition That You Never Knew Happened
Most of us learn about the marvellous Great Exhibition at school. Over 100,000 exhibits under the vast roof of the Crystal Palace in South Kensington! But have you ever heard about the protest that took place there on 21st June 1851?
Memoirs of a Londoner: Anna and Ellen Pigeon
If you’re exhausted by the mere thought of climbing a mountain, grab a cup of tea, sit down (preferably under a cosy blanket), and have a read about some phenomenal women who were doing it in the nineteenth-century.
The Mystery of Clapham’s Roman Stone
Have you ever spotted Clapham’s Roman stone? Where did it come from? Who did it belong to? What does it say? Why should I care? Well, I can promise to answer at least some of those questions…
Old, New, and Wonderful: King’s Cross
A piece of the old, the new, and the wonderful in King’s Cross. From the exceptional British Library to a transformed industrial yard. Plus, who’d have ever thought you could find a wild, natural oasis in the middle of London?!
Saint Jerome In His Study – First Day of Christmas
“On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me: a partridge in a pear tree!” Well, here’s a partridge in a fifteenth-century painting. Merry Christmas!
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