Ashes to Ashes

As the world goes mad and Summer has made way for Autumn, on a rare day off I decided to have a stroll around North London. It wasn’t around a Cemetery, for once. I know, I know. Considering that 75% of us decide to be cremated nowadays, I thought I’d take a slight tangent from […]

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Lovelocks London

by Christina This Valentine’s Day we thought we’d celebrate a now world famous memorial to life and to love… As you walk around London (or any big city), you’ll notice an ever growing abundance of padlocks with names scrawled on them in Sharpie (or sometimes even engraved) swinging from railings on bridges and chainlink fences. […]

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In a Quiet Part of India

I have Indian ancestry. My family went out to India in the early eighteenth Century to exploit various new opportunities within the East India Company and on its railways: the latter was considered to be the main family occupation right up until my late paternal Grandfather. My Dad, Aunts and Uncle however thought ‘blow this, lets work […]

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