Tagged with tea

Lipton: Interception of the Misconception

Lipton: Interception of the Misconception

The summer holiday. An event one spends weeks, even months fantasising about, a time to relax, recuperate and indulge…. And a potential nightmare for the tea drinker. Born into a family of tea-lovers, my jaunts abroad are synonymous with low if not non-existent expectations of my early morning cuppa. I’ve even witnessed my own mother pulling Tetley teabags … Continue reading

Hotel of Horrors: The Royal Albion

Hotel of Horrors: The Royal Albion

The horror story: literature’s darkest quality, the evil twin of the fairy tale. Horror, particularly in the form of literature, intrigues me. Because to persevere with a horror novel is a conscious acceptance, even an invitation of fear into one’s mind, a planned disturbance.

Tea Tension

Tea Tension

Walking along Camden Road on the wrong side of midnight, I found myself in the midst of a battleground. Stopping in disbelief, I thought Ashton Kutcher was about to leap from the bushes at any moment screaming ‘PUNK’D!’. Because it wasn’t your average battleground, the only signs of war being the lashings of splattered and … Continue reading

Speaking on tea…

Speaking on tea…

This post speaks for itself. I profess neither to be photographer nor poet, merely curator. Enjoy. A swimmer is like a tea bag, you don’t know how strong it is until you put it in the water – Unknown