Casa Heliconia, Sri Lanka.

Arriving at  Casa Heliconia  after a long haul flight and without suitcases was nectar to our weary, slightly dishevelled selves. We were greeted by Simon and Josef with damp cloths and fresh watermelon juice and promises that they would sort our lack of luggage problem and telephone the airport at regular intervals. Casa Heliconia is a […]

Roupell and Pearman Street, London

Whilst watching Season 2 Unforgotten from ITV collection I spotted or at least I think I did, Roupell and Pearman Streets in Southwark, London. Roupell Street being one of the nicest London Streets I have come across when walking from Waterloo to the Shard. Terraced flat fronted houses in a mid brown and many decorated with flower baskets, […]

Kensington and Chelsea, London – photoblogi

Classy crescents, squares and mews streets makes a walk round Kensington and Chelsea very photogenic; topped up with some unusual sunshiny English weather and blue skies this made taking photos a dream. Some of the top photogenic stops for me were…… Kendrick Mews Reece Mews Manson Mews Clareville Street Royal British Society of Sculptors Stanhope […]

English heatwave!

The recent weather in England has stunned most people it certainly has me………. It feels like weeks since we have had any rain or cool days. I would be interested in knowing if this has affected the UK economy either positively or negatively. We have had to use a lot of resources to combat fires but […]

Royal British Society of Sculptors

  The Grey Traveller whilst wandering aimlessly about Old Brompton Road in Kensington happened upon an architectural delight which turned out to be the home of The Royal British Society of Sculptors. On showing some interest I was welcomed in and able to view the latest exhibition free of charge. This is some of what I […]