My new – and also old – home.
My feature on the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II can be read in the May 2012 issue of Panorama, the in-flight magazine of Ukraine International Airlines. Explore MY EUROPE by clicking on the Categories at the […]
At the close of the third day of the LV County Championship match between Middlesex and Surrey at Lord’s, Surrey were just 46 runs from a victory target of 141, with six wickets remaining.
London, October 2011 And so, after years of dreams and snuffed-out plans, I am finally writing about the markets of Central Asia, and being read by tens of thousands of people. But there’s an unsatisfying […]
Photographs of St. Paul’s Cathedral and London’s Embankment area, taken in November 2009.
I grew up in Sussex just an hour away from the capital, but the journey on the train was always so expensive that the only opportunities I had to experience life in the big city were when my parents would take me to watch sport. My Dad and I used to lose our voices singing “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” at the Twickenham rugby ‘Sevens’ each spring, and bring fleeces and flasks to watch cricket at Lord’s or the Oval every summer. My Mum took me to the Olympia horse show in the Christmas holidays. Until I was fifteen I must have thought that the city was just a collection of sports grounds.