Fans of the British institution that is James Bond will all have their own personal favourites when it comes to the many movies in the franchise, stunts, cars, Bond actors and even Bond girls. The Bond in Motion exhibition is a great way to indulge in your inner Bond. Situated at the London Film Museum… Read More The exhibition that all James Bond fans MUST see!
In previous articles on the Roamingkangaroo.com, I’ve written about a good London view and now we can add another good view to the list with the historic Monument in London. Built to remember the Great Fire of London which took place in 1666, the Monument took 6 years to build when it was completed in… Read More Favourite Photos #11 -The Monument
Transport. It’s what makes the world go round, getting us from point A to point B, and back again (hopefully)! Today I take a look around the London Transport Museum. Located in a corner of the Covent Garden Piazza, the London Transport Museum is very easy to get to, being just a 3 minute… Read More London Transport Museum
In a move that could turn the Europe flight war on it’s head, this week the Aussie aviation giant Qantas has announced plans to introduce a non stop service from Perth to London. The plan wouldn’t come into effect until Qantas take delivery of their fleet of the new Boeing 787 Dreamliners in 2017 –… Read More Fly Perth to London Non-Stop!
Advertised as a “unique view of London”, the Emirates Air Line is definitely a novelty way to see some of London’s East end sights whilst scaling heights of up to 90 metres. The cable car type setting allows for panoramic views through the tinted glass of the cars which definitely came in handy on this… Read More Emirates Air Line
London in July. Clear blue skies, loooong sunny days and beautiful hues of dark green from the trees mixing with that clear blue skyline makes for a totally different city come this time of year. Vitamin D really helps! So, what things could improve this you ask? A festival? That’s a great start. Add the… Read More 2014 Ealing Beer Festival
This one time, I was walking down Regent Street in London, when I saw a bus stop made from Lego! No, it isn’t a bad acid trip. Instead, a quite wonderful creation of the bus stop outside of the famed toy shop Hamley’s. They have used over 100,000 pieces of Lego for the build, in… Read More A Bus Stop…made entirely out of Lego!