London Goth Top Ten #3 Leake Street and the Necropolis Railway

Did I say Necropolis Railway? Like, you mean, a train for dead people, going to the city of the dead? Yes. Yes I did. One of my favourite areas in London is around Lambeth and the Southbank of the river Thames. Not only do you hit obligatory tourist landmarks like Big Ben, London Dungeon and…

There is a Crow Cafe! In London this weekend!

OMG. Did you hear? There is going to be a Crow Cafe in East London on Easter Sunday!!! I just died and went to heaven. Anyone who knows me well knows how emotionally in love with these birds I am. I have a friend, and we all know that bats are her thing, bats follow…

London Goth Top Ten #2 Garlic & Shot in Soho

Garlic and Shots is on my list of great things to do in London. Possibly my favourite place to go out and hang out for a Friday night drink, and probably the least pretentious of all destinations catering to the gothic heart. They also get extra points for still having my Graffiti in the loo…

London Goth Top 10 Sightseeing

I started writing this as one post, and then I realised it was impossible to curb my enthusiasm for the subject, so I’m going to do ten locations over ten days, and then round it up for ease of reference! (insert laughing/crying emoji here) So, where to begin? London has been my townΒ for nine years…

Egypt. The Gothic Traveller, the travel advice!

Missed the start of this story? Go here first! LAND OF GODS AND PHARAOHS Rounding up my experience, my top advice for Egypt is…… 1 Don’t be a tourist. Be wise, but also be friendly to locals. Your whole view on life will change the more you get out of your comfort zone with the…