Finally, after several months of looking, I’ve finally found a job which is due to start in the next few days.
Its been quite an interesting experience – I’ve had a few little jobs to tied me over, working as a concierge for a large art fair, doing some basic accounting work and even working in Borough Market making toasted cheese sandwiches!
Having been on the other side of fence (I was a recruiter for a number of years) and now having dealt with recruiters as a candidate, I now know what a huge shower the vast majority of the industry is – thankfully for myself, I did do the basics right and made several friends with people I’ve worked with in the past.
Anyway, been listening to this for the last few months – enjoy!
This was my third WNBR and another great ride was had – smiling faces everywhere, hoardes of tourists (and Londoners) lining the street cheering everyone on. Anyway, here are a selection of photos of the day – a bit late I know!
I love this song by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros – the energy of the man is amazing and the list of food is fantastic and this song always makes me smile. It’s also a great antidote to all the bullshit spouted by the likes of UKIP – I mean, where would we be without Bombay Duck, Balti Curry, Beigals, Houmous, Cous Cous, Tikka, Lassi and all the other great food we enjoy from all corners of the globe?
Last week, over the bank holiday weekend my good friend and I cycled from Southampton Way in London to Greenwich and along the Thames Path, all the way east to the Thames Barrier. It was a thoroughly good ride and having not been there in a while was surprised to see how much development has taken place and how much is going on – the place will be unrecognisable in the next ten to fifteen years. It is though, still one of my favourite places to go – does feel quite wild being so close to London but still so far.
With Bombardier Beer being sold at £2 a pint, I decided to join some friends at the Lamb Tavern pub located in the Leadenhall Market which is in the heart of the City of London. I’m not really one to celebrate our national day but did have quite a good time, though think this was more to do with the band, the £2 beer and some Elvis lookalikes – they were having a great time!
A very good friend of mine, Camilla, has been in London for the last 24 hours and being in Shoreditch fancied checking out the street art scene for an article she’s writing for a newspaper back home. We had a great day bagging lots of photos, catching the Oasis exhibition, ate some amazing ceviche, drank cocktails in a private members bar atop a building with great views of London which was followed by an amazing meal at 8 Hoxton, Hoxton Square – just the best day.