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Kym writes Gidday From The UK, which provides a glimpse into the 'everyday moments' of her expat life.

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Articles: 46
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My WeekendNotes - 46
Spotlight
The indefatigable man-for-all-opinions Robin Ince is on tour. The Importance of Being Interested started the rounds last... [more]
16/04/2013 - 13/07/2013
After more than nine years living in London, yesterday I finally joined a guided tour of the Houses of Parliament at We... [more]
There's nothing like a show tune to lift your spirits on a grey and drizzly Friday and after last night, I can recommend... [more]
05/02/2013 - 13/07/2013
Peruvian restaurants seem to be the next big thing in town and having had a little dabble in Nuremberg last year (yes, I... [more]
One of the great things about living in London is that you can fall across a little piece of enchantment just about anyw... [more]
I arrived at the Museum of London, eagerly anticipating a couple of free hours of strolling through time. The Mu... [more]
It was left in my capable Australian hands to choose the venue for a catch up amongst old work colleagues, so showcasing... [more]
Last Sunday we decided to indulge in something I've always associated with being incredibly English. 'But Wimbledon's ov... [more]
The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is dedicated to marking British history using the everyday items that ha... [more]
 
ZooNation's street dance fairytale started its third run at the Peacock Theatre in London last weekend and today, it was... [more]
03/05/2013 - 30/06/2013
BalletBoyz is a dance company created in 2001 by Michael Trevitt and Billy Nunn. Their TALENT project was launched in 20... [more]
08/03/2013 - 23/03/2013
Polpo is Italian for octopus. And it also stands for great Italian food. Last night, I met a friend for a pre-theatre... [more]
Argentinian dance company Tango Fire have arrived once again at The Peacock Theatre to wow London with Latin American pa... [more]
30/01/2013 - 24/02/2013
The King's Place Festival has been running in London over the weeeknd of 14-16 September (2012) and while this review mi... [more]
A friend of mine is leaving these fair shores in September and as such she is working through her 'bucket list' of must... [more]
I recently visited Salt Yard to catch up with a friend who had been there before and highly recommended it. I entered of... [more]
Matthew Bourne's Play Without Words opened at Sadler's Wells on Thursday and I went along to today's (Saturday) matinee ... [more]
12/07/2012 - 05/08/2012
The Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley has become my new local and a couple of weeks back, I read that there were free guid... [more]
Typical London transport zipping through Oxford Circus.... [more]
The pillars of commerce and London bastion of high end retail, Selfridges.... [more]
Recently, I had the opportunity to spend a few impromptu hours on a bright and wintery Saturday, in the township of St A... [more]
This week's small lull between the festivities of Christmas and the euphoria of New Year's Eve means that Londoners aple... [more]
In the busy round of pre Christmas catching up, a friend and I met at Wahaca at Westfield London to see what all the hyp... [more]
As a result of a Metro offer (I do love a deal!), I was off to a matinee at the theatre this week to see Death and the M... [more]
24/10/2011 - 21/01/2012
Loose-limbed. Unruffled. Calm. Fluid. These are all things I associate with a truly relaxing holiday. You know, the ... [more]
I was recently taken for dinner at The Forge in London's Covent Garden. Having heard about this on the grapevine, I was ... [more]
The RIDE is the latest and greatest in New York City experiences. Spend 75 minutes on board this mobile theatre a... [more]
Nelson's Column (Trafalgar Square) and Big Ben (Westminster).... [more]
A nautical message in a bottle aboard the SS 4th Plinth... [more]
Counting down in Trafalgar Square... [more]
A little while ago now, a close friend of mine got married and in looking for something fun and little more classy than ... [more]
City of London Dragon ... [more]
Up and over...Tower Bridge... [more]
Cooling off in Trafalgar Square... [more]
St Martin in the Fields - standing tall over Trafalgar Square... [more]
Reflections of Fleet Street... [more]
Yesterday saw me wandering across the Green in Richmond to meet up with friends at The White Swan. Tucked away ... [more]
Westminster Cathedral (not Abbey!) standing tall.... [more]
Modern architecture near Victoria Station.... [more]
Ham House, a National Trust property on the banks of the Thames. ... [more]
Every day I commute through St Pancras International Station but it wasn't until this week that I ventured beyond my reg... [more]
Harrods amidst the lights and London drizzle from the top-deck-of-a-London-bus.... [more]
A little piece of fairy-tale magic in Kingston Upon Thames.... [more]
A couple of friends and I got together for a spot of girly gossip and tapas last night at Los Molinos in Hammersmith. ... [more]
For the last two weeks, I have been rushing past these amazing photos on my each-end-of-the-day commute through St Pancr... [more]
01/07/2011 - 31/07/2011
One of the things I love about London in the summertime is the amazing assortment of outdoor concerts you can choose fro... [more]
06/07/2011 - 10/07/2011