“Who is he? Who is he?” I removed my earphones just in time to realise my nan was talking to me, not recreating, albeit wrongly, a classic Big Brother moment. “Who is who?” “This Banksy. Who is he?” “An artist. Nobody knows who he is though.” “Someone must know who he is. Where does he … Continue reading Cromer’s Banksy
Amerie may have had just one thing, but following my last post on London, I have upped the stakes by adding four. In an aim to become more familiar with my local metropolis I have put together a list of five things I want to do in London in 2022. Na na na na na, … Continue reading A 2022 London Bucket List
To be born, and live on the periphery of one of the most famous places in the world can only be seen as winning in the lottery of life. It was my fortune to pop out just over three decades ago the mere throw of a stone away from London. Someone else would have needed … Continue reading London and Anxiety
How to spend a weekend in the Scottish capital during a pandemic. Continue reading Edinburgh
There was a bang at the front door. Urgently I rushed to see what the commotion was. When I got there the garden gate was swinging on its hinges but there was nobody to be seen. At my feet lay a parcel, my name attached to it. So I picked it up and went back … Continue reading Book Review: British Football’s Greatest Grounds
Two men sat down to eat simultaneously despite a seven hour time difference separating them. Anticipation was high in both locations. For one it was a break from the working day to refuel, for the other a chance to indulge. The first man held his phone in one hand while looking at Greyhound bus connections, … Continue reading How To Make Up For Lost Time?