Fancy a cocktail? It’s London cocktail week, ladies and gents.
Strange the first time I heard about it, as I’d never thought we needed any encouragement to drink cocktails or any other type of drinks. But, I liked trying new combinations and seeing how this event is organised. There are 250 bars participating, including some pop-up bars with live music. Continue reading
It might be that times of hardship make creativity increase. I’m not talking about selling new or unusual types of coffee, such as kopi luwak. London surely is the place to find unusual things though, wouldn’t you agree?
Now, where else would you expect to have coffee apart from home or a coffee shop?
Well, if you are in London, Continue reading
I found about this little, unexpected sculpture while sheltering from the rain one afternoon.
You don’t normally expect to find anything on top of what looks like an old column, a piece of an old building site. Check it out. What do you think? Continue reading
Charity events these days are quite far from those society balls and afternoon teas that I used to see on television series or in movies before I came to London. It’s good that things have moved on enough to allow less affluent people to make a difference.
I find that these events heavily rely on people’s skills. I have recently attended two events charity event, Macmillan Coffee Morning, and The Big River Race. Continue reading
So, Amy Winehouse got a statue in Camden. Apparently, the authorities only allow this after 25 years, so it must’ve taken a great deal of convincing before it actually happened. Continue reading