“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
A new year is almost upon us, so what better way to round off 2021 than with a review of my year in travel? I didn’t do much. Thanks for reading. See you next time. 12 months ago the general consensus was that 2021 couldn’t be much worse than 2020. The general consensus wasn’t wrong, … Continue reading 2021: A Travel Review
I pushed the accelerator a little harder. The pedal was to the metal though. I didn’t have enough speed. He was getting away. Looking back over his shoulder at me and laughing. Only five-years-old. I kept throwing glances back over my own shoulder hoping I wouldn’t get caught. What I was doing was highly illegal. … Continue reading Walton-on-the-Naze
How to spend a weekend in the Scottish capital during a pandemic. Continue reading Edinburgh
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?