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... so even though it’s geographically close to the center of London, it could be difficult for East Enders to commute to better-paying jobs in other parts of the city. As redevelopment progressed, the DLR expanded and Tube and overground rail lines were extended, making it a popular residential area.
Despite gentrification, the Docklands has not forgotten its roots. In the late 1990’s, the Museum of London rescued an ...
After quitting my job at a school back in Swansea, throwing away all my belongings and plenty of sad and painful goodbyes it's time for me to leave the UK and start a whole new life chapter and adventure. I feel like I have waited for this moment for forever and ...
... here as well, some such as I've never seen before. One shaped like an egg, and one a conglomeration of many buildings, but all matching, a huge pointy shaped tower one, and one that was all bloopy. You take a panorama of the city and you get a mix of the old and the modern, I love it!! Also the people here are so friendly, it is a great relief after the people in Paris. We went to a church here the first morning we were here, which was a Sunday. We met a very great couple who ...
Today is my last day at TMP before I begin my adventure across Italy and France. I've almost been here 9 months, which is pretty awesome considering that I was initially contracted for 3 months only. It's been a very interesting time here. I've learnt a lot about myself, what I want to do and what skills and strengths I have. I've learnt all about graduate recruitment, blue ...
... the forecast is clear skies and 22 degrees. After breakfast we walked to Westminster to see Big Ben etc. We detoured down Pall Mall and St James Park to check out the palace. Masses of people and a lot of school tours, kids everywhere. We walked past the queens guard building just as a huge group of guards come marching out of the barracks to cross the road. Even though I'm not that interested in royalty and their pomp and ceremony, I was like ...