Monthly Archives: January 2012

The View from the Cab.

The view from the cab If you ever do visit London where I drive my Cab, and if your preference for lunch is good quality shell-fish of all descriptions, then let me introduce a restaurant that you wont necessarily find … Continue reading

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The view from the Cab.

I have carried many manner of people in the back of my cab, ranging from Princess Alice, the last grandchild of Queen Victoria and Members of the House of Lords, to ordinary folk like you and I. Throughout those varied … Continue reading

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The View from the Cab.

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The View from the Cab.

We have artistic and resilient pigeons here in London. After now having been evicted for Trafalgar Square for some years they have migrated to pastures new, but having been raised in front of the National Gallery they are used to … Continue reading

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The View from the Cab.

Another aspect of my past life. Where/ when was the most embarrassing place/ moment you ever feel asleep? I’ll tell you mine if you tell me yours. In anticipation of your fairness I’ll go first…I was the radio operator in … Continue reading

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The View from the Cab.

I thought that I might relate to you a story of the late great English actor Sir Alec Guinness, who I picked up TWICE in my Cab. The first time I took him to Boodles, a posh Gentleman’s Club, in … Continue reading

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The View From The Cab.

Danny Kemp For the Ladies out there Who Do Lunch. (Not for the prying eyes of husbands who pay for it) I stopped the cab for a very well presented Lady today in a street just off Belgrave Square. She … Continue reading

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The View from the Cab.

Society and the ability to directly connect with other human beings, is slowly eroding away. Why is it that people who are on their mobile phones are incapable of acknowledging the fact that you stop your vehicle and allow them … Continue reading

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The View from the Cab

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The View from the Cab.

I have, on occasions, shared some less than genial conversations with fellow road users here on the streets of London. The general opinion expressed by those, both commercial and private drivers, seems to be that Taxi driver think that they … Continue reading

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