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2 Years in London

It’s been almost two years now that I moved to London, time is indeed flying but you already know that. Today I was walking the streets and I realised that too often I’m not cherishing this city too much and […]

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English Doors. What’s so special about them?

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English doors have such magic to it, the entry way to a person’s home sparkles in a very unique way. Sure you have terrace houses where one door resembles the next and all you find are waste bins, but then […]

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My Love for South London. Like a River it Flows.

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London is huge and has so many corners! Whereas I remember living in the countryside in Germany you got worried because you didn’t know what to do, in London you may get worried because you may want to do it […]

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The Ultimate Workplace. Is Canary Wharf an Utopia?

Was this the ultimate workplace? I headed for Canary Wharf , London’s financial district (and Europe’s money brain), on a sunny Friday morning. Standing in the Underground with bankers, brokers and god-knows what kind of “important” black suit guys, I […]

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The Awkwardness on Trains

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Have you ever felt awkward while being on a train commuting to work when it is incredibly crowded, you don’t have enough space to breath and you sort of just want to get out of there? Well, you’re not alone.

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Saturday at the RA

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Why not, I think and sooner than I can realise I see myself spending ten bucks for an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. Sure there are so many museums and galleries in London which are free, but maybe […]

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