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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Friday, October 25, 2002
    On the Sinclair trail
    I'm blogging from the easyInternetCafe on Tottenham Court Road. Day off - on the Iain Sinclair trail. Tonight at The Barbican Sinclair and friends including Bill Drummond, Scanner, Jimmy Cauty and other urban philosopher-geographers are presenting his M25 London Orbital, a show based around his travels around said circular. It's a one-off; seemed too good to miss. Chance also to meet up with Jonathan for a curates catch-up.

    So.. to get in the right frame of mind (I never arrive in London in a particularly together mood) I've decided, in best Sinclair fashion, to walk my way round London today. And already, the short mile between Euston and here, I've seen more, thought more (probably inhaled a lot more) than ever on the dead-zone of the Underground.

    London equals rush and too many inviting shopping opportunities to linger. More on this, no doubt, over the weekend.