Sponsored Post: The ‘Night(mare) Bus’


There’s nothing quite like the unique experience of catching a night bus home from the center of London after a late night out!

I lived in Sunny SE8 for over 10 years, and was no stranger to the delights of the N36 Bus back through Elephant and Castle and down the Old Kent Rd. True, occasionally something funny would happen, but nine times out of ten there would be a drama; loud music from the back seats, a passenger with no money stopping the bus driver from moving on (this was in the days before Oystercards), an argument between a guy and a girl, or a girl and a girl, or a guy and guy..

If you were lucky they’d be on the other end of the bus. If you were unlucky, they’d be right behind you, or worse… arguing with you. Then there was those more than a little worse the wear from alcohol, dribbling on your shoulder or from their trousers.

For the out-of-towner it was a wide-eyed initiation into the unsavoury side of the big smoke, and personally I don’t miss it in the slightest.

This video was produced to highlight the average night bus journey and nails it completely.

For those of you still bumping and grinding back to your warm bed, help is at hand.
Enter Kabbee. Kabbee is a minicab price comparison and booking service for Londoners and available as an App for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry 10 devices and also at Kabbee.com.

CabbeeKabbee lets you compare quotes from 70 different London cab fleets and then book and pay in cash, or with pre-paid credit, so your never left in the lurch at the bus stop waiting wondering what drama will unfold this time.

Another good feature is its referral programme. Simply refer a mate and once they start using the service you get £10 to use on your next booking (see full terms and conditions).

For more info visit www.Kabbee.com or follow them on Twitter @kabbee

Post sponsored by Kabee, but all thoughts are our own.