A follower of blogs by gifted writers, I was curious to read a women in Paris mention that, in all her fourteen years of living there, had not seen the Autumn as vivid as this year. I was not alone
Plenty of wine farms in the Stellenbosch/Franschoek area (fancy and for the tasting) but again, I venture back today, a week left in South Africa, in need of the favourite. Like the comfy jumper; the medicinal chocolate. London and I
‘Excuse me, can you tell me how to get to Sherlock Holmes’ house?’ Only one of the most famous men in England: detective genius, fastidious dresser, eccentric individual. The very one who has his statue outside Baker Street Station.
Headless chic. The rest of us in the British Museum are pretty much, dull by comparison. Wind swept London look. Black still in fashion. Pale as … marble. We of the overloaded backpack, shopping bag, urban zombie fame. Looking up
A perfect day. A summer’s day. My walk began in Leicester Square, down towards Trafalgar Square. Tempted to stop in at the National Portrait Gallery, a quick cuppa in The Crypt at St. Martins-in-the-fields, but too energised to
These two fellas must be my current, or possible, long time favourites. They are reasonably old, Greek Mythology old, and go by the names of Hermés and Dionysus. Hermés messenger of the gods (and a label I adore), and
All set to go? Got the handbook at the ready? London waiting to be discovered? London Green Africa offers you something different – personalised day tours around the city! You can choose from a Historical walk, a Royal walk,
Surround yourself with those who have. Become part of the brotherhood who seek more, push the boundries, bypass the sceptics and find out for yourself. It really is the only way. Of late, South Africa has had some negative publicity.