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Oren

Oren

I once knew a guy called Oren. He was my tour guide in Israel. He was a somewhat testy man but I forgave him as he gave colourful commentary of the sights and smells of the Holy Land.  Even if he was busy openly ripping 

Nest

Nest

I find it interesting how people don’t necessarily want to help themselves. While visiting a friend with a three year old, this was readily apparent.  When a tantrum ensued because his dad was making the train “go the wrong way” around the tracks and he 

Portland

Portland

When I was a kid, I quickly learnt that storming off in a tantrum rarely seemed to help me.  Screaming, shouting and trying to embarrass the parents would get me precisely nowhere.  In fact, it would be counterproductive as I would then be subject to 

Modern Pantry

Modern Pantry

I always wondered what all the fuss about brunch was.  Was it only the province of the Ladies who Lunch? We decided to embark on this journey to the heart of the city (I know how estate agent that phrase sounds) to sample the arrayed 

Paradise Garage

Paradise Garage

One of the new hip restaurants opening in London in the last couple of weeks.  Run by the same cook who was at the helm of the highly rated Manor and Diary.  Having been to neither of these restaurants, our hopes were built upon crowd