Walking Around London: The Capital Ring Part 2

So, a long time ago, a time before winter had come and when I was working 12 hours a day, I used to somehow make time at the weekend to walk around London, following the so called Capital Ring.

The Capital Ring is a circular walk around zones 2 and 3 of London where you walk through several parks and suburbs and almost feel like you’re in the countryside. You’d almost believe it, if you weren’t able to spot the Shard or the tall buildings in Canary Wharf. If you’d like to see the post I wrote about it last year, click here. Continue reading


Walking Around London: The Capital Ring

Alright, so… It’s been a while! Not that I have a dedicated audience who follows my every step, but I still feel the need to apologise, if not to myself. To be fair, I was away working at a summer school. No summer holidays for us EFL teachers, not unless you don’t need the extra money. And even if I didn’t need the money, I’d still do it. Summer schools are great fun and you meet a lot of interesting people.

Anyway, I’m back in London, back to teaching at a normal school, and still have a lot of free time, which isn’t great. But hey, at least I get to keep exploring this great city. And this year I want to do all those things I wanted to do but just didn’t find the time to do because I’m planning on moving to Japan in a year. So I decided to finally start the Capital Ring.

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