With Covid Restrictions Easing In The Capital, Is It Time To Party?

  Recently, there has been a lot of talk about the extension to the Coronavirus 2020 act, which will now last until the Autumn. London businesses were worried, maybe financial losses would intensify again, putting many more out of business. However, this black cloud of a news report was somewhat offset by record low numbers of Covid infections, and the ability to once again engage in outdoor sports in the capital. So, the question is: Is it time to parry again? The Role Of Vaccines With some news outlets reporting that around 30 million UK adults have now received the Covid-19 vaccine, the prevailing thought is that this global scourge has now been completely halted, and that life will once again return to normal. There may be some truth in that. However, what tempers that feeling is that France has once again initiated restrictions, despite the rising vaccination rate, and other European countries are not yet seeing a decline in infection numbers. Equally true, though, is that vaccin

Why London?

 It is hard to believe that London of 2021 is the same London that has been years, even thousands of years in the making! London, once the financial capital of the World, is now barely recognisable with most businesses shuttered, popular sports either closed, or without crowds, and the once crowded sidewalks now pedestrian  free. It goes without saying, however, that London still has it's foundation there. After all, there are still the Palaces, the Parliament, and the London Eye. The hibernating city still has it's foundation there, ready to spring to life at a moments' notice. And, because of that, London still remains at the top of many peoples list of places to visit, including mine. London was the place when many of my childhood memories were built, and where my experience of the 'big city' was built. With the Pandemic slowly waning, and the vaccine beginning to take effect, it is hoped that by mid-summer London will once again be fully open for business. No on