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[Tips] Feast of St George

We heard about the Feast of St George when we noticed an ad while waiting for a train in an Underground station. We decided to check it out as after all I’m a St George supporter (NRL, St George Illawarra Dragon, Aussie Rugby League team) and also we saw the word ‘Feast’, it might be a food festival. 164 more words

London

Study dismisses London mayor's plan to close Heathrow airport

By Kari Lundgren

London Mayor Boris Johnson’s plan to close Heathrow airport and build a new hub on a peninsular in the Thames estuary was dismissed by an official study as too expensive and complex to address Britain’s aviation needs. 977 more words

Travel

Felt + Art = Cornershop

The equation might not make sense, but it does.

Warungs (Waa-roongs) in England are called cornershops. Because they are more likely to be on a corner of a road, or are so tiny that they are always with lots of nooks and cranny. 110 more words

Photography

[Food] Fat Duck

So we arrived at Maidenhead about 2 hours before our lunchtime, we had a quick walk around the town before heading to Bray. Bray is a small town, literally we walked around the town in less than 20 minutes. 376 more words

London

[Food] Fat Duck Booking

To celebrate a birthday milestone of the boy, we decided to try Fat Duck. Fat Duck is the original Heston Blumenthal restaurant. It is located in Bray and the nearest train station is MaidenHead. 303 more words

London

[Tips] The Book of Mormon

We have been searching for cheap tickets to see the Book of Mormon. It was something that the boy wants to see, as this is more of his type of musical. 365 more words

London