Barely three-and-a-half miles from the middle of the capital, here’s an area that’s undergone some radical changes in recent decades. Today, it’s a vibrant, multicultural hub that’s as popular with young, upwardly mobile professionals as it is with a thriving Bangladeshi community and a whole host of other ethnicities. Buildings such as former biscuit factories have been converted into luxury apartments, some overlooking canals, and there’s a colourful artistic flavour to the place. As you can probably imagine, gay massage Mile End is abundant and of exceptionally high quality. If you’re just here for the day, why not break up your time by booking an appointment in the early afternoon? That way, you’ll have plenty of bounce in your step for some more exploring before nightfall. You could relax in Mile End Park if it’s a sunny day or take a look around nearby Bow. Alternatively, keep yourself in a blissed out and serene state of mind with a gentle amble along Regent’s Canal.
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