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The adventures of an eternal tourist living and working in London

Owner: Emm

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Latest Blog Posts for Emm in London

  • Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition London
    on Apr 23, 2016 in London Museum
    It’s no secret that I love museums and the Science Museum, London is one of my favourite museums in the world. I’ve lost count how many times I’ve visited the museum but each time I visit I discover new and exciting treasures of science and tec...
  • Silhouettes, Brunch and Views at the Sky Garden
    on Apr 16, 2016 in London
    In the book P.S. I Love You, H. Jackson Brown’s mother says to him, "twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do”. I tend to have a more zen approach to life and live witho...
  • Blog, Interrupted
    on Apr 10, 2016 in Blogging Personal
    Good grief. How is it two months since I last wrote on this blog? I don't even know how that happened. In other times of unexpected interludes, I've been painfully aware of my blogging absence and have been variously guilty or okay with that. Not thi...
  • Tintin: Hergé's Masterpiece Exhibition at Somerset House
    on Feb 7, 2016 in London Museum
    It is a little known secret that my mum calls me her Intrepid Super Photo Reporter as I go out on my adventures and she is able to live vicariously through my travels. It is a very clear homage to the most intrepid of all reporters, Hergé's beloved...
  • Exploring the Disused Aldwych Station
    on Feb 1, 2016 in London
    Today was one of those damp and rainy London days where you'd only leave your house if you had a very good reason to do so. Thankfully I had a very good reason indeed because today I did one of the things I've wanted to do for the longest time: visit...
  • A Festival of Light: Lumiere London
    on Jan 17, 2016 in London
    With all the Christmas lights packed away and the magical shop windows returned to normal, January can be the most dull and grey of months. Until now. Some genius thought it would be a brilliant idea to hold the Lumiere light festival in London this...
  • Shingle, Shipwrecks and Cottages at Dungeness Beach
    on Jan 10, 2016 in Kent
    There is a light that falls over Dungeness in Kent. It is golden yet muted, capturing the strange, slightly surreal atmosphere on the beach. I try not to experience envy in life but on countless occasions I’d caught myself gazing longingly at photo...
  • Thoughts At The End of 2015
    on Dec 31, 2015 in Blogging Personal
    Gosh, can it really be the end of 2015? How on earth did that happen? 2015 was one of the toughest years of my life from a working perspective. There was the complete lack of a work/life balance that lead to An Unexpected Interlude on the blog betwee...
  • The Incredible Cosmonauts at the Science Museum, London
    on Dec 30, 2015 in London Museum
    At the dawn of the 20th century, Russian cosmists developed the idea that the future of humanity lies in space. Their ideas made the leap from science fiction to reality when Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, friend of leading cosmist Nikolai Fedorov, calculat...
  • A Londoner’s Guide to Coffee
    on Dec 22, 2015 in London
    If you’ve been in London long enough, you start to hear the same big brand names in coffee. But over the years a pocket of specialty brewers have come to the forefront of the London java scene and begun a real craze for fresh, full flavours from ar...
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