London is an iconic city, there’s no argument there. While the Palaces, Abbeys, Parks and Monarchs attract millions, the idea of driving through London traffic at any time can give jitters to the world’s most powerful. So, when I came across a theatre performance that was being performed inside a moving car, with maximum occupancy … More Rubber – A uniquely London immersive theatre performance
I know I’ve been MIA (missing in action) for most of the festive season, but to everyone who missed my random ramblings – a very Merry Christmas and a fantastic start to the New Year. As you know from the last post, we have had Mrs FOMOist’s twin and her little cousin over the festive … More Silly season, generous gestures in Vienna and 2016!
Hello again my devoted readers (if you’re out there)! I am sure you must have enjoyed the well earned break from my daily ramblings but I think you’ve had enough peace and here is your next dose of disruption. The end of October, beginning of November started at a snail’s pace with Mrs FOMOist and … More Fireworks, Dancing and Madrid – and it’s only half of November!
After a “relaxing” break in London, Mrs FOMOist and I were ready for our next adventure. We were super-excited about this upcoming holiday, because it’s one of the longest trip we’ve done since moving to London. We were going away for 9 whole days, which included three destinations across three countries with four international flights … More Accommodation Disaster, Colourful Leaves, MTV Music Week and Whirling Dervishes
“Rome – the city of visible history, where the past of a whole hemisphere seems moving in funeral procession with strange ancestral images and trophies gathered from afar.” George Eliot (English novelist 1819-1880). “Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.” Giotto di Bondone (Italian painter and architect. Died 1337). “Rome Wasn’t Built … More Rome, The Globe Theatre and Oktoberfest in September
Living in Queensland, Australia we are truly spoilt and blessed with great weather and amazing beaches. After a very long winter and a rather slow-burning summer, we were on a mission to squeeze out as much as we could from our first Northern Hemisphere summer. As soon as we moved to London, our friends from … More Crystal Blue Waters and Full Summer Immersion
After landing straight into the thick of London winter, I have to admit that nothing beats London on a beautiful sunny summer day. Imagine a city like London that’s busting at the seams with things to do, places to visit, food to eat and then throw in glorious sunshine, the result is pure magic! In … More Summer, Cider, Disco Tunes and more Viking action
The month of May was a special one for us. Not only was it my birthday month (yay!) we were going to have our very first international visitors. So as always, let’s start with what entailed in London during the month of May, followed by the usual jet-setting. It’s my first birthday in the city … More Sun, sand, castles, family and friends
Since I have started writing this blog, I am actually very impressed with how much we have been able to fit into our schedule. One would think, with so any overseas trips in the pipeline, we would hardly get any time to do anything else. But thanks to my condition, I always manage to find … More Sensory overdrive
1 March 2014. When Gee and I tied the knot, when we committed to each other, when two became one, blah, blah, blah, enough of this nonsense! Fast forward to 1 March 2015 and we went where George Clooney broke millions of hearts by marrying the girl of his dreams = Venice. We are not … More Romance, Italy, Pork Knuckle and Prague Police