Category Archives: London

Fulham Palace – The Palace You Didn’t Know in London


Unlike the Buckingham Palace which is always moated by tourists with their annoying selfie sticks, Fulham Palace is (or rather was) surrounded by an actual moat, what’s more the longest domestic moat in England. When you have some time to spare or are allergic to selfie sticks, pack your picnic bag and head to Fulham Palace. There will only be children playing, moms sipping wine and a big green garden. Everyone’s happy – a rare, beautiful sight in London. 

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Perks of Working in London


We didn’t need a table, it was just a-minute walk away, we joined the throng of off-jacket men and rosy women; tailored trousers touched the grass, bare recently-shaven legs subtly crossed. This manicured corner of the Temple Inn is an award-wining patch of land. Flowers and hedges and fruit trees, life grows luxuriantly, lush and rich and full. This photo doesn’t do it justice.

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Saatchi Gallery, London


What’s on in Saatchi Gallery – Pangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin Africa, a psychedelic and extremely evocative assemblage of art. On one end there were drawings pierced with emotions, done so politically wrong to be politically right, on the other end there were psychotropic geometric compositions that stirred up images of playground and childhood memories.

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