This week, I said a bit of a farewell to Oxford Street/Regents Street. Surely, I’ll get down there from time to time—Liberty is there, as is Nike Town—but I won’t be hanging out there regularly anymore. Paul’s moved office. Luckily, he’s in another fab neighbourhood. More on that later; for now I want to highlight [...]
I’ve been running again. And though I haven’t signed up for the next road race, I’m up to 12 miles per week, even if a little old lady is faster.
Never mind her, the younger runners or the cyclists whizzing by, I’m in my own world and rarely come out for anything less important than crossing [...]
Living in a riverside property that’s fairly high above the ground has changed my perspective on London, literally.
That’s neither good nor bad; it’s simply different. I see a different side of the capital from up high, if you will—one that is cool and distant yet it is inviting and mysteriously beautiful.
I love it! Although there [...]
“…When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson’s rather dogmatic quote happens to be one of my favourite; even it does get up the nose of a few good folks. Like it or lump it, London is a [...]
Simple pleasures in life such as the sun rising and setting are often lost on us until we go on holiday. Rainbows, too! I should know, as I have seen some of the most fascinating sunsets from those that mimic a tangerine bursting in the sky to those that look like a ripe cantaloupe freshly [...]