Adam Smith


A man. From Norfolk. Now of Bristol.

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Just goes to show that even with a really simple name Starbucks can still cause confusion.

Speaking of Bradley Stoke they have an appalling evening bus service. This said 35mins when I arrived.

Slightly surreal seeing a Kony poster in Bradley Stoke, the suburb of the suburbs.

Victoria Coach Station, heading back West.

Took a morning walk from Withywood to Dundry and was rewarded with a lovely view and a fine church tower.

Today's shop. I do eat vegetables but I buy them at the greengrocer.

Slightly creepy BBC testcard in Tesco accompanied by tones.

Beautiful sunset over Breydon Water. It's only 3:20pm, Jesus.

On my way home with #1Q84.

This is on sale in John Lewis making it officially the most middle class object ever.

Some kind of spillage on Buckingham Palace Road causing a major emergency response.

The beautiful British weather.

Drew a sketch map of central Bristol whilst its quiet at work. How wrong am I, Bristolians?

Love the fact I have this museum on my doorstep for lunch break wandering.

St Pauls and Stokes Croft totally quiet. Sat in Brunswick Square now enjoying the sunshine.

Cabot Circus is quiet and calm and I really doubt that's going to change anytime soon.

Drinking tea from a flask at the bus stop like a boss.

Eastville Park is this beautiful oasis absolutely choked on all sides by traffic of biblical horror.

IKEA café; unlimited black coffee and Diet Coke for £1.40, surely the cheapest way to keep my addictions in check.

Sainsburys salad bar makes my life at the moment. So good.