Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Notting Hill Gate Carnival 2011 - Drama what drama ?

Ahhhhhh ....what a relief!

The Carnival passed without a continuance of the riots 3 weeks ago. I love this city - I think it's the only place in the world you can have a massive & beautiful gay march one month, a jubilant & joyously participated Royal Wedding extravaganza another; then a horribly discourteous and disenchanted riot as well as a Bonne Viveur Carnival withing 20 days of each other.

Well it's all about the communication between the people & the police; well plan non aggresive security & the harmonised mentality of a community are most paramount!

Viva Sancho Panza y the 2012 Olympics.

Bring it on ..... London's rainbow is back & here to stay.

Thank you God x

Cartier Polo Chinawhite Enclosure Sunday 24th July 2011

The EMC3 team headed down to the world renowned International Guards Polo, sponsored by Cartier, for a day of Champagne, Chinawhite superior quality hospitality, picnics, great company, music and of course Polo. This year was particularly special as it celebrated 100 years of The Hurlingham Polo Association’s Coronation Cup, which has traditionally seen International teams from across the globe compete at the very highest level. It is also reputed to be the last one Cartier are to host. But we think the games will only grow from strength to strength. The polo was played at an outstanding level and really captured the attention and imagination of the crowd. The day started off with the Golden Jubilee Trophy match, where The Prince of Wales Team beat Hurlingham in a spectacular match. This was followed by the long awaited Coronation Cup, where The English Polo Team played against The Brazilian Polo Team. It was a close match that had us on the edge of our seats!

It was a classic British polo day with sunshine, big hats and beautiful horses. After a feast of Sushi, wines, cheeses and chocolates we headed over to The Chinawhite Enclosure, where the party really kicked off. The last few years have featured Jeremy Healy, Mark Ronson and the legendary Pete Tong DJ-ing in the tent. However this year, Mark Ronson unfortunately pulled out of the performance due to the death of his friend Amy Winehouse. Of course it was a shame but most understandable, we still made the most of a great day & eve. We were massaged by a lovely team of “massage angels”, sipped on Champagne and saw one of 3 celebs. The night ended with a fantastic DJ set from Axwell (Swedish House Mafia). We had SUCH a great day. Thank-you Chinawhite!

Written by Saskya Liney

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