Archive for July, 2014

  1. Enjoy a floating picnic at the Thames

    Summer is the time to get out of the confines of the house and enjoy the weather. While it may not be sunny all the time, this is the best period in the year to enjoy what nature has to offer. You don’t even need to go far or out of the country. Just take […]

  2. Pink Floyd

    Any self-respecting music lover would know at least a teeny bit about Pink Floyd. If I were to describe Pink Floyd in one word, I would say psychedelic and I am sure that many people would agree with me. This English rock band is in fact, an icon in the music world. Their music continues […]

  3. The English bobby

    In England, one of the greatest advances of the nineteenth century was the foundation of the English police service. It replaced the poorly organised and rather ineffective watchman system that was then broadly seen as flawed, and introduced a better and new class of public servant to the English public, one whose duty was obviously […]

  4. Sleeve buttons of the British nobility

    The mark of a gentleman in Great Britain can be seen in different aspects but in men’s clothing, the use of what was then known as sleeve buttons was one indication of the importance of the man wearing it.  They were originally fashioned either in gold or silver usually with an etched design or embellished […]

  5. IELTS Writing: What can art tell us?

    The advance of science and technology has a significant impact on people, but the role of artists is also important, such as musicians, painters and writers. What can the arts tell us about life that science cannot?

  6. Take a trip to Pooh Country

    “I’ve got to get back To the House at Pooh Corner by one You’d be surprised There’s so much to be done Count all the bees in the hive Chase all the clouds from the sky Back to the days of Christopher Robin and Pooh…” Those are some of the words of the song “Return […]