The Story of Sushi: An Unlikely Saga of Raw Fish and Rice by Trevor Corson
I read The Story of Sushi by Trevor Corson in May 2015
In The Story of Sushi, Trevor Corson follows a group of students at the California Sushi Academy. He stays with the class throughout their whole education, and through their classes and experiences manages to tell not only their story, but also the story of Sushi, both in Japan and in the US.
I have arrived home from My weekend in London. My plane landed in Trondheim late last night, I went to bed as soon as I got home to at least get some hours of sleep before work tuesday morning. I was very tired at work still.
On my last day in London I checked out from my hotel just after 10am, my flight did not leave until 8pm. I had several hours in London to kill, had to make the most of the day.
I stayed in th King’s Cross area during my visit to London in May 2015
I took the train from Gatwick Airport to St. Pancras International. My hotel was only a short walk away. At first I planned to take a taxi, but the taxi driver told me to walk instead. It was a fifteen minute walk, but there was lots to see. I set off on my walk, watching themap on my phone. Continue reading →
I thought I had given myself plenty of time to get to the airport, plenty of time even for a small meal and a beer before my flight left. I have travelled from Trondheim to the airport many times, I know how long it takes. Continue reading →
Where can I begin? How can you describe London? It is a city that can be so much. It has so many different things to offer. Camden Town, Brick Lane, Notting Hill, Waterloo. I could spend a whole day in the book stores of Charing Cross Road. Or a whole evening in one of London’s many pubs. I have been there to see a football match. Or I could spend a day in one of its many parks. Continue reading →