Wednesday, 13 January 2010


It's amazing how much difference having a computer makes to my ability to put up new posts. Prior to this I would stick things on the fridge with novelty magnets, which was easier, but didn't quite have the same distribution and things would fall off if you slammed it.

With that in mind, here is my latest post. Affluent, wealthy, stylish and snobby Kensington. Quite a nice area of London really. Holding the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall, but strangely enough, not a single fish & chip shop (which is quite an achievement in London).

I've never got the hang of where Kensington stopped or started and the train stations never helped with South Kensington actually being further north than West Kensington and East and North Kensington being completely left out of the party.

Anyway, if you're ever there, there is a nice but slightly expensive cafe on the corner of Exhibition Road and Thurloe Place called Le Pain Quotidien.

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