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I <3 London: musings of a walking commuter

One of my favorite spots in London: the Duck Island Cottage at St James Park. Birds of various kinds have been kept at the site since 1612 and the cottage firsts built between 1840-41 and restored in 1982.
One of my favorite spots in London: the Duck Island Cottage at St James Park. Birds of various kinds have been kept at the site since 1612 and the cottage first built between 1840-41 and restored in 1982.

I’m walking to the office on a non-descript working day, the only sounds in my ears are the beats of my Spotify account. It’s warm and sticky and grey, the city’s essence rejoices in its weather attributes.

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A little bit of London loving

20130506-192700.jpg Today I spent some time updating this blog. I changed the theme, added to the “About me” section and made sure that all my posts now have featured images (because I decided that I can’t deal with the absence of a visual element to my scribblings). While I went back to my old posts, I recognised a pattern… This blog started almost at the same time that I started to experience and love London. It was called Sticky Notes as I aspired to keep coming back to it with different topics and different tones – which to an extent happened. But let’s be honest, most of my notes should have been called London Sticky Notes to begin with (and maybe I should have asked VisitLondon to incorporate them to their promotional material seeing that it seems that I only seem to be inspired by the good stuff). Continue reading A little bit of London loving