You can tell it’s festival season in London purely by the number of glittery faces and flower headbands you see on the tubes. A couple of weeks ago, I was one of them. Normally a Wireless festival goer, being a fan of R’n’B and Hip Hop, British Summer Time sure was a change to the usual experience I was getting used to year after year. But with Justin Bieber playing, how could you say no? And I can honestly say, I loved it. We didn’t have to make our way through the usual stampede of festival goers to get in, or queue for ages at the bar, in fact there was almost no queue at all. Yet it was still really busy. There were festival…

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Alex is a meat lover. He’s not a huge fan of veggies, so every meal has to have meat – the more, the better. Ribs. Steak. Pork. Duck. It’s all on his list. As long as it’s tender, juicy and flavoursomeĀ it hits the spot. And Meatopia was full of it. We went along on the Saturday late afternoon, collected some meat bucks from one of the Meatopia team with a balloon, a pint of Frontier (really hop-py, it was quite light and really refreshing. I don’t normally like beer, yet this was pretty tasty) and wandered around taking in all of the meaty wonders. There were so many tasty looking options, which made choosing between dishes so hard.. We had to get a Bleeker Burger,…

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Wireless Festival is one of the best days of my year. I always go with Alex, sometimes others too, but it means a whole day of great music, singing, dancing (well sometimes bobbing), drinking and laughing – what else do you need? Although this year, the line-up was no where near as good as previous years, it was still an awesome day! We arrived at about 2.30pm and before long had made our way through security. We stopped to get a couple of drinks on our way to the Pepsi Max stage, and headed in for our first act of the day, Shakka. The Pepsi Max stage, inside a tent (with peaks, almost like a circus tent), was hot and sweaty as usual, but we…

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