Yes, it's a second-hand bookshop on a canal barge. I've passed it loads of time in the King's Cross area. But today was the first time I've found it open for business.
It was moored off Granary Square and attracted a lot of attention from passers-by. There are recent paperbacks on display outside, and if you go inside - mind your head! - there's some more choice items. It's not antiquarian, just decent general stock. But any bookshop which has both The Lonely Londoners and Hangover Square on display deserves support
So if you happen to chance across 'Word on the Water', it's worth a few minutes of your time.
In 1898, he set up the wildlife park, which was named after him in 1926 and now stretches over 20,000 square kilometres. All the photos here I took on my £50 point-and-shoot - the marvellous, and to me unexpected, aspect of a Kruger safari is just how close you get to the animals. As you can see ...
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