Tag Archives: people-watching

Modern Brick Lane: Modern Britain

I’ve read the eponymous Monica Ali novel and I had an impression of Brick Lane by reputation but I’d never actually visited. My recent visit was a real eye-opener of modern London and what a wonderfully vibrant and exciting place … Continue reading

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Street cafe people-watching

We’ve come a long way in Britain to appreciate the street cafe scene. When I was young no-one would be seen outside eating unless they were having a picnic. Eating in the street was viewed as slovenly, the climate deterred … Continue reading

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