When walking the dog just doesn’t cut the mustard why not try:
Pretend to be 5 years old again and you may end up laughing for a lifetime. From personal experience I would definitely recommend even the most hesitant of sceptics to give ‘walking on hot coals’ and talking gibberish to strangers a go atleast once. Studies have shown that laughter boosts the immune system. So perhaps the secret for a happy healthier life isn’t eating your greens it’s smiling even when you think you can’t.
OK, so it’s not exactly in London but at just a stone’s throw away in Kent how could I say no? Look at their little hooves! With proof that animal interactions boost the feel good hormones in the body, it’s a no brainer. Go forth and have a little trot around with Billy the kid.
After seeing a bunch of people throwing rather odd shapes on the streets of Covent Garden a few weeks ago it sparked my curiosity as to what sorcery had bewitched them? Turns out they were on a silent disco escapade through London’s West End. Drowning their headphones were the iconic tracks of Les Misérables, The Lion King and much much more. If you want to get into theatre mode in prep of a show or just have a whale of a time give this a go. I really want to”!
Not that I’m encouraging anyone to snap a quick pic of a pickled foetus anytime soon but if you look long enough at the pruned sheep hearts and brined pig stomachs there are some fascinating feats of biology preserved before your very eyes. Not for the faint hearted or ill-stomached (see what I did there) but for those of an inquisitive disposition. I’d recommend giving the museum a visit once it reopens in 2021 (I think I went in 2017). I’m sure it’ll be worth the wait.
Booking the trip to London then, yeah?