Kings Cross… known to be loud, a history of drug dealing and prostitution – especially during the 60s/70s… but this place has a really close place in my heart. Embedded in the heart of Camden, I’ll never forget this region which reminds me of why I love London so much. I thought living walking distance… Read More Kings Cross
This morning as I was dashing along Whitehall for some administrative errands, I noticed the Union Jack flags were beginning to take over Parliament square in preparation for the ceremony tomorrow; the annual State Opening of Parliament. Every year, there is a State Opening of Parliament to officially mark the beginning of a new parliamentary year.… Read More The State Opening of Parliament
This is my second day in the city and I am falling in deep admiration of this incredible city. From its tragic, yet wonderful location, this intensely artistic city has fully captured each wall in my heart and I am really feeling the vibe of this beautiful place.
After waiting and waiting, the time arrived and I finally flew out to New York! I have to commend Delta on their flight.. Whilst the attendants were a little less friendly than other airlines, the overall journey was comfortable and the service was excellent. There was a wide selection of fairly current movies and the… Read More Travel Updates
so, I have just about recovered from a rather eventful beginning of the week. As a Flag-bearer for the 2015 Commonwealth Observance Day, I got to be part of the ceremony in Westiminster Abbey and was presented to the Queen. I think the most exciting part was seeing the royal family, including the Queen and… Read More hanging out with the royal family
After countless self-defence mechanisms and immunity boosting efforts, it happened, that’s right i got sick… and it’s about the third week in now. For those of you who know me well, i am quite the busy-bee. I hate not doing anything and for the first time in a while, i have literally had to deprive myself… Read More too much medicine, lost in thought..
From Thatcher’s ‘Statecraft’, “We now know that bin Laden’s terrorists had been planning their outrage for years. The propagation of their mad, bad ideology decency forbids calling it a religion- had been taking place before our eyes. We were just too blind to see it.” It’s funny, most Muslims are afraid to utter the word… Read More Terrorism