Bowl Of Chalk has recently been mentioned in various publications and websites, so I thought I'd take the liberty of collating a few of them here in to a handy, easily digestible read.
Back in April, there was a post on the Time Out Blog which gave a succinct appraisal of the walks and how they work. This was followed a few weeks later by the publication of a special edition of Time Out entitled 'People Power! Your 101 favourite things to do in London' and I'm delighted that Bowl Of Chalk's guided London walks were featured amongst the top five 'engaging tours' in London. Many thanks to whoever it was that wrote to Time Out and informed them about my tours.
Then, going national, my walks were mentioned by The Independent in one of their weekly blogs about what to do on the weekend.
And also a little feature in the Cultural Expose by Laura Thornley who came on the Saturday afternoon St Paul's to Monument walk and said "The group was a friendly, intimate mix of Londoners wanting to get to know the city in a different way and have lots of laughs on the way around. Audience participation is encouraged bringing a fresh, personal feel to the walk."
Other blog posts and reviews over the last few months have also included what I thought was a pretty good roundup by Christina of The Travel Editor.com who wrote "Jonnie is endearingly scatty in his approach, like a fully loaded iPod of history set on shuffle" and also Pete who writes about a host of London things under the name, the Londoneer.
Bowl Of Chalk
Bowl Of Chalk based shenanigans.