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Young and coffee in varying degrees, Kat is currently Editor of London based travel review website World Reviewer, and works for Nestoria Australia. Prior to this she was other things. One of those was a dinosaur, another a princess.

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My WeekendNotes - 390 - Page 7
Before he hanged for his highwayman's crimes Dick Turpin's criminal career begun in Epping Forest where he worked as a b... [more]
Sometimes it's the quiet ones you need to watch out for. And sometimes it's the most placid seeming occasions that can ... [more]
At the vanguard of the recycling movement, the Wombles of Wimbledon Common made good use of the things the every day fol... [more]
Even if you live in the tiniest of apartments you can still have a garden it just needs to be a correspondingly tiny g... [more]
One of the best things about being in one of the world's most ancient cities is imagining all the people who've walked a... [more]
Each year the theatre season in Regent's Park, held over the balmy evenings of summer, seems to improve on the year befo... [more]
For most people the name Oxford belongs first and foremost to the university, the oldest in the English speaking world. ... [more]
What could be better than hosting a party where you could have anyone you want, alive or dead, attend? The way to do it... [more]
Kew Gardens is definitely the place to come for your outdoors fix of tree lined vistas, fields of bluebells and crocuse... [more]
Lots of humming-for-days-in-your-head songs come from musicals without people realising it, and 'Annie Get your Gun' ha... [more]
When you were a kid you might have read books staring Dick and Jane, in almost every edition of which there was an illus... [more]
London is still more a tea-and-two-slices kinda town than a place of great, pre-luncheon cuisine. But if you like to ge... [more]
Some stories lend themselves directly to the sweeping grandness of an opera house, and Pushkin's novel in verse, Eugene ... [more]
This oddly-named, sandy track has been horse-riding central for London society since the late 1600s, when it was establi... [more]
When you were a kid the contents of your toy box was probably one of the world's most valuable collections as far as you... [more]
Sometimes it's more about the journey than the destination, and this is one of 'those' sorts of trips. The route, mostl... [more]
Richmond Park is London's largest green space, though some of it is more like golden heath than a green and pleasant pa... [more]
Once relatively inaccessible to any but those inhabiting the upper echelons of society, there's now a way for anyone who... [more]
Before inventing cricket or Big Brother, the eccentric English used to spend their spare time visiting churches and admi... [more]
While not known for their cuisine, there are some things that the British do jolly well. And afternoon tea is at the to... [more]
The Thames around Richmond is much more 'Wind in the Willows' than the sinister Thames of Charles Dickens. All manner o... [more]
Seen from above Brompton Cemetery's layout probably looks a lot like the floor plan of a great cathedral, with one long,... [more]
There's something thrilling about bad boys like the Kray twins. Even though we know we shouldn't laud criminals they do... [more]
In the beginning the trip to Brighton from London used to be bucket and spade holiday pilgrimage. In the 60s the Mo... [more]
When Richmond Park was a deer park for the king, Ham House was the very height of Restoration chic, and one of the centr... [more]
Jack the Ripper skulked around Spitalfields in his day; the Ten Bells pub where some of his unfortunate victims topped t... [more]
Rock down to Electric Avenue to the Brixton Markets, the largest Afro-Caribbean market outside of Africa or the Caribbea... [more]
There's an easy, and entertaining way to get around the price hike that often accompanies eating fresh and local, and th... [more]
If you're going to bowl there are only two people you want to bowl like: The Fonze or The Dude . Either way the Bloomsb... [more]
Selflessness feels good. Remember the last time you gave up your seat for someone who needed it more and you felt like ... [more]
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