Oxford Circus is more than a busy area. Explore small gardens, historic places and some of the best coffee spots in London. Take this (un)usual walk in Central London.
Following last weeks post about walking in Caversham here’s an interview with Sarah Roy, aka Caversham Jam Lady. She’s been in Caversham for 11 years and has been running her jam making business for just over a year. She shared some of Caversham and business secrets with me.
You may have heard a thing or two about Caversham in Reading – it’s pretty and has that village-y feel but I believe there’s more to the north of Reading than just being pretty and posh. There’re places that speaks about local history and something for everybody to do all year round.
Can this simple question be treated more seriously and change the way we interact with each other?
This long walk from King’s Cross, via Arsenal, to Highbury & Islington is full of various things that make a great urban walk. If you’re looking for a long walk with variety of things this is your route. You can go for it solo or take friends, because it gives a insight into the city.
We all fear something in our lives but the good news is that God can free us from those fears.