The Commute in London, UK
Londoners spend 38 minutes longer commuting to work than the average person. As someone who used to commute almost four hours everyday across London and back, I wanted to set up a series which summed up the journey I made.
It’s a wonderfully frustrating city – one you can have a love/hate relationship with. Since I’ve stopped having to commute (as I work from home now), I’ve started to see the best in London – the amazing array of bars, museums, restaurants, and just general awesomeness which I now really appreciate every time I head in.
Starting off in Camden, and heading up to Primrose Hill for a picnic, and then heading to a pub in Belsize Park, before taking a train into the city to a new gallery or exhibition that’s just opened, and ending at an off-the-beaten track restaurant that everyone in the know is raving about. And then we have cocktails.
The amazing array of bars, museums, restaurants, and quirky exhibitions.
The commute at rush hour.
That there LITERALLY is something for everyone.
Jekyll and Hyde