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I never said it'd be all South Korea innit...

Many many years ago in the early days of for-the-masses internet the beautiful 65daysofstatic proclaimed that one of the rules of touring was that you could never return home.

Rule 9: You can never go home.

I don't think they were being quite so literal but it was something I took to heart, not that I've ever toured seriously but travelling is a sort of friend like that...anyway last summer I broke the rule and went home. It was nice to be back for a second...

Soundtrack (to the cities):

Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

Leaving Work
Saying goodbye to my office job and starting to get ready for the big move

Reflections of London

This shot was taken at the London Eye during our vacation there in mid-August 2011.

Reflections of London

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Daddy Donkey Mexican Grill

Yesterday I braved the London cold for my first taste of UK street food in ages. My destination was the Daddy Donkey Mexican Grill in Leather Lane Market, Holborn. The grill comes highly recommended, and I was interested to see how UK fare compared to its Asian counterparts.

Daddy Donkey started off as a wooden stall four years ago, and since then has upgraded to a fully fledged burrito mobile . It's a slick operation, staffed by a friendly and dexterous 4-5 man crew that churn out burritos to a long line of customers at a frightening pace.


Daddy Donkey Mexican Grill

Yesterday I braved the London cold for my first taste of UK street food in ages. My destination was the Daddy Donkey Mexican Grill in Leather Lane Market, Holborn. The grill comes highly recommended, and I was interested to see how UK fare compared to its Asian counterparts.

Daddy Donkey started off as a wooden stall four years ago, and since then has upgraded to a fully fledged burrito mobile . It’s a slick operation, staffed by a friendly and dexterous 4-5 man crew that churn out burritos to a long line of customers at a frightening pace.


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