Christmas in Locked Down London

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…minus many traditions. The pandemic has caused the cancellation of traditional Christmas markets, events and celebrations in many parts of the UK. Christmas decorations are up along what is usually the busy shopping district – Oxford Street in London, but the crowd is sparse and most shops –…

Patience: Is it worth it?

When I read the daily prompt for today, I laughed out loud. Patience? This was exactly what I was losing following an exasperating month of writer’s block and doubt over whether all my blogging endeavors were worth it. The readership is growing but not as fast as I was expecting it to, and it’s not…

Food Trail: London

One thing that first timers in London will notice is the amazing diversity of the people living in this city that is steeped in rich history. The city has mesmerising architecture that spans over several centuries, and stories practically around every corner you turn. This also inevitably means that it is a treasure trove for…

Haunt Hunting

A house on Green Street, Brimsdown, Enfield, England attracts those curious enough to go off the beaten track in search of a bit of thrill and mystery. This house is famous for apparent poltergeist activity that took place in the late 70s, also known as the Enfield haunting. It is about 45 minutes out of…