Monthly Archives: July 2013

Avignon & the Vaucluse

The South of France has inspired countless writers, artists and lovers throughout time. It’s a place that has long been associated with high-living and low-stress, but the true beauty of the region is that it really does hold something for … Continue reading

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Should I order a large glass of wine (250ml)?

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Should I grow my own vegetables?

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Is eating cheating?

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The Lansdowne Pub, Primrose Hill

Nothing says summer in London to me more than drinking a perfectly chilled glass of white wine out on the street on a sunny afternoon in Primrose Hill. If the chilled glass of white wine in question is a Picpoul … Continue reading

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This month’s cartoon

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Joyce Town

Dana Gibbs had been driving too long. “You two, stop it now!” she raised her voice above what she thought was an acceptable register as her ten year-old son Jackson kicked the back of her seat for the umpteenth time. … Continue reading

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