bike bike bike
bike bike bike
collecting #wood at ‘la vie’ with @timlovell
Woke up this morning. Yas Island.
View from workshop. Dusk. Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
'Good things come to those who crate.' Curb-side coffee with @katealizadeh_ @bentanton
Team Eu (at Bethanie)
Texture from Heurtevent, Fr.
The Grand Budapest Hotel. Un film de Wes Anderson. (at Cinema Lux)
we are getting some wicked light at the moment. this is bethanie where i live / work. message me to find out more about what i’m up to in europe with @blessnetwork
yesterday my #feb5 was on liveforothers:
when i’m in england i spend a lot of time travelling by foot, train, bus and underground. i now love to journey. so here are my…
tips for travelling
1. SIT OR STAND
Don’t get lazy and sit out of habit, sometimes standing is the best way to travel. This is especially so when travelling on the underground; stand near the door to allow for a quick exit at your designated stop. That said, if you are going to sit down on a long journey, window seats are best (but always be willing to give up your seat for others).
2. MUSIC MARKERS
Mark each stage of the journey [waiting for the train, sitting on the train, getting off the train..] with a music change. For example, as i get off the train I play ‘Home’ by Talking Heads, which gives me an extra bounce to my walk ahead.
3. FREE HAND
I travel with one rucksack and one suitcase, which means that my other hand is free to put the ticket through the reader, etc. This is a time saver, and makes all the difference when you’re rushing to catch the next train.
4. DRINK WELL
Carry a BPA free bottle of water everywhere. Also, a takeaway coffee is a nice travelling treat, but monitor drink intake to avoid resorting to public loos. [And when it comes to food, save your cash and always say yes to a packed lunch from your Mom!]
5. SPARE SOCKS
Take a spare pair of socks on a winter journey, so if it rains your feet can always be warm and dry. [spare socks + passport = you can go anywhere.]