Listen to a Londoner. This is a weekly post where people who live (or have lived for a while) in London answer a few questions about the Big Smoke. If you fit the bill and want to be interviewed, give me a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org. Always looking for new victims volunteers….
Daniel Higgott, 23
Danny is a sound engineer from Northwest London. He doesn’t actually work, just gets paid to travel the world. He thinks he is the master of the card game called Shithead, but often loses to a certain American girl who will remain anonymous.
LLO: How long have you lived in London?
DH: 23 years and 10 months exactly.
LLO: Best place to escape the city?
DH: Hampstead Heath
LLO: How do you spend your time on the tube?
DH: Reading one of the free papers and/or listening to my iPod
LLO: Favourite London discovery?
DH: Brick Lane
LLO: Best place to spend a Sunday afternoon?
DH: The place is not important, but seeing my friends is, as it is my only day off.
LLO: Best museum or gallery?
DH: Tate Modern
LLO: Favourite market?
LLO: Best time of year in London?
DH: Autumn or Winter
LLO: Best place for a first date?
DH: A stroll from Embankment, down through the South Bank, possibly stopping at a few nice pubs along the way.
LLO: What would you change about the city if you had the power to do so?
DH: I would fully air condition the tube, at any expense.
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