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#LondonAdventure no 33 The Gherkin

 

London is iconic for so many structural spectacles.  Whether it’s the regal quality of Buckingham Palace, the concrete grey slabs of the sixties Tate Britain or the all-seeing London Eye, it’s just a great place for architecture, views and seamlessly weaving bits of new and old like a giant patchwork quilt of steel, concrete and bricks. 327 more words

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#LondonAdventure 30 The Tate Britain

This adventure sort of marks the end of my initial adventure and the reason I started writing these blogs in the first place.

Ten months ago, green from the small town of Royton, but excitable from travel around India, I moved to the big bad city to start my graduate internship at one of the most famous creative entertainment companies globally, Random House.    275 more words

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#onthebookshelf How To Build a Girl - Caitlin Moran

I am a massive fan of Caitlin Moran.

She fights for libraries, shares my love for Twitter, is cool without trying to be (but probably tried really hard to be when she was younger making her normal which infinitely makes her EVEN COOLER) , comes from a  working class background and pin points the little everyday things you thought were idiosyncratic about your families, and your lives.   623 more words

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