Excuse me for beginning my London blog posts with an exceptionally cliché location, but I haven’t been here for very long so, right now, I’m still thriving off all of the touristy spots! Portobello Road Market is a complete contrast to its surround streets and like a step back in time. It’s just great. Keep on reading!
In a previous post I’ve harped on about how you do not have to travel far for the experience to be fabulous and I’m still a firm believer of this. MAYBE this is because I’m young, dumb and broke at the moment, trying to claw my way through my final year of university, and therefore do not have the time or funds to travel anywhere further… but MAYBE not. Keep on reading!
Dining clubs and food markets seem to have soared in popularity over the recent years and we’re all for it! Reasonable prices, excessive choice and a buzzing atmosphere are the success criteria, and Digbeth Dining Club hits them all. Keep on reading!
Veganism seems to be a very controversial issue, with one end of the spectrum supporting it and the other end despising it… Either way, I’m not a vegan myself, but I do like to do my bit to help the animals and the environment. Keep on reading!
Continuing on from my Paris blog post about making the most of what you see… Ella and I spent Saturday afternoon meandering around the streets of Shoreditch with no real destination. Keep on reading!
The long awaited day was finally upon us! Way back in November 2018, I organised, for my best gal Ella’s birthday present, a yoga class and meditation sound-bath at the top of The Gherkin in London. Three months later and off we went… Keep on reading!
This is the final post in my Paris trilogy and it’s all about making the most of what you see – not just in Paris, but anywhere! Keep on reading!
If you’ve been reading my blog posts since I started published, then you will know that good food is life.
Paris is strewn with chic cafés and restaurants and they are the perfect spots to sit for hours and watch the world go by (or, if you’re like me, conduct some extensive people watching). Outdoor drinking and eating seems to be season-less in Paris, with outdoor heating, I’ve never eaten outside so much in December with temperatures of about 5 degrees – it’s ace! Keep on reading!
I’ve decided to break our Paris trip down into three parts (shock horror, I have lots to say) so, check back for ‘Part 2’ next week…
Our trip to Paris was almost completely forgotten about having booked it on an impulse when travelling back from our last New Year’s adventure to Newquay. We loved celebrating the new year somewhere new and, with a booking.com sale, it was too good to resist! Keep on reading!
To overcome the January blues, I’m reflecting on the festive period and already getting myself excited for Christmas 2019… Keep on reading!