Ponder the small fry

On the Greenwich Safari we ponder the small fry served up at popular nineteenth century whitebait dinners. There were those those who mocked these faddish fishy feasts. Among them was playwright John Maddison Morton. He is best known today for Box and Cox, a story about an ingenious landlady who rents out the same room to(…)

Gull ranger

On our Safari we admire the inanimate animals dotted about Greenwich. But the town also has many wonderful live specimens. Like this gull perched watchfully on the coaling pier by the power station.