Monthly Archives: April 2015

Tayyabs, Whitechapel

In my home town, Northampton, Friday night in a BYOB curry house was always a good laugh. Even if it wasn’t technically a BYOB restaurant, we’d sneak in a few cans somehow to fill up our pint glasses. The Imran on Wellingborough Road was normally a first choice. I added Tayyabs to the list after […]

The Monument, Monument

Working near the Tower of London, and miserably commuting on the Northern Line, I walk past The Monument every morning. Amongst the glass skyscrapers of London’s square mile, there is a vast amount of history in the city that gets overlooked by us tired financiers. All we want to do is get home, without looking […]