Journal

16th November, 2011

Tamarind, London

Tamarind, London

My earliest memories of tamarind are as a teenager, sitting on top of a bus in South India, plucking the fruit from the tree overhead with my classmates and friends. Ah, those were the days, footloose and fancy-free for the most part, but there we were, plucking the hard brown fruit, snapping them open and […]

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27th September, 2011

L’Arpege, Paris

L’Arpege, Paris

Ah Paris, a city rich with history and culture, home to the Eiffel tower, one of the world’s most recognizable and famous landmarks and the Louvre, the world’s largest single museum that has 16km of galleries including the wealthy Mona Lisa, worth a staggering £700 million. The city of lovers, the city of poets and […]

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12th September, 2011

Can Fabes, Barcelona

Can Fabes, Barcelona

The hopes, the dreams, The expectations I had, All the way ahead, and full of steam….. Stop right there! It could have carried on, the poetics, the romanticism, the seduction, but it didn´t. I was looking forward to writing dreamily about venturing an hour out of Barcelona into a little village to a 3 star […]

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