LondonUnited Kingdom N19 4EF
August 22, 2012
Hi there, Sela! I'm Clare and I love good quality chocolate. The meet-up sounds fab! Hope to be there on Friday :)
Willie Wonka (the chap with the chocolate plantation in Venezuela who had a Channel 4 programme)
Turkish delight (good quality)
Some great chocolate. Bit disappointed that Willie's Cacao (www.williescacao.com) weren't there but made some great discoveries (The Highland Chocolatier at Alexeeva & Jones (Notting Hill - http://www.chocolateweek.co.uk/participants/view/alexeeva-and-jones), Betty's: www.bettys.co.uk). Unfortunately had too much chocolate and got upset stomach had to leave early but appreciated these new finds! Thanks Sela!
You should join Curious Kat's Adventure Club! With almost 2,000 members and over 30 events planned you are bound to meet likeminded people, while doing what you love. Check out our next hike or get an adrenaline rush in Epping Forest after dark or on Xtreme sports day. There are also few places left on our adventure packed trips to Poland and France as well as the tomato fight in Spain. If you would rather a treat, join our cheese and wine evenings. See you soon! Www.Adventureclub.Biz
Hi Claire, welcome to "FULHAM SCREENWRITERS & FILM BUFFS". This is an informal group for everyone who loves film. We will discuss the best ways to present your screenplay at all levels and just a good chat about favorite films over a beer or three......Look forward to seeing you there.
You may be interested in GlobalNet21 at http://www.meetup.com/21stCenturyNetw... where we debate and discuss some of the great issues of the 21st century including issues around Europeand its future.
GlobalNet21 was established to discuss some of the great issues of our millennium and bring back the hope that we can do something about it. We have taken the idea of the citizen and by using social networks involved new audiences in the issues of the 21st century.
Welcome to the Earlsfield Social Group.Look forward to meeting you in the near future.
Hi Clare and welcome to the group!
I would suggest the spring salad forage picnic to initially immerse yourself followed by an introductory walk where we explore some more.
I am happy to travel to a group of people for foraging walks. If small networks of people sort it out amongst themselves,then commissioned foraging is fine by me!
Welcome to the group, and hope you'll find some nice recipes to share with your friends. I'll be setting up a meetup for bean goulash, that's quite a hearty soup, suggest to watch out for it.