BATTERED BY BARREL-AGED BOURBON AT SAMBROOKS

A number of you* have asked for more features on brewery taps on this blog, getting bored of all these pictures of churches, street art and Primark bags. This one’s for you, as Neil Young probably sang. I’d been warned about the back streets of Battersea by someone who shall remain nameless. I must be… Continue reading BATTERED BY BARREL-AGED BOURBON AT SAMBROOKS

SURVIVING SOUTH-WEST LONDON PART 2 – TOOTING TO CLAPHAM

The No.44 dropped off us off at Tooting Broadway, allowing us half a mile walk along one of London’s most calorific streets.  Yet another place Mrs RM has worked (St Georges) though she claimed to have resisted the lure of the barfi in Nirala back then. Asian sweets and cake shops all the way up to… Continue reading SURVIVING SOUTH-WEST LONDON PART 2 – TOOTING TO CLAPHAM

TO BATTERSEA AND BACK AGAIN

I was looking forward to a day at Ikea in Milton Keynes with Mrs RM yesterday, but she denied me that pleasure.  Given that 8.2% of trips to Ikea in 2015 ended in divorce, perhaps she was well-intentioned. Needing a long walk (and hiking round Ikea would have achieved that) I took an early train to… Continue reading TO BATTERSEA AND BACK AGAIN