This is:A lifestyle blog about travel, food, style and everything else in between from a 22 year old Londoner. Intertwined with opinions, photos,events and my day to day activities.
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Tag Archives: London
A small, but mighty post today, one with a big bit of news… I’ve moved flat. Yes, boxes and tape have been my best friends over the last couple of weeks, along side the trusted team of movers I’ve recruited … Continue reading
Well hello…I’m back! Firstly, major apologies for my magical disappearing act. Amongst finishing my undergraduate dissertation, as well as writing what felt like a million essays that finished my degree off and job hunting, planning my future and generally sorting my … Continue reading
Last weekend, C and I followed advice of well-accustomed Londoner’s and went to the Blue-Bird Restaurant in Chelsea. I was very excited about this little adventure, hoping to spot some ‘Made in Chelsea’ characters, as they seem to spend a … Continue reading
Like I said, there are a plethora of posts I haven’t got round to writing…this is one of them! A couple of weeks ago, C and I took took my parents on a whistle-stop tour of London. We saw the landmarks, went … Continue reading
It was C’s Birthday a while ago, but have only just got my hands on the photo’s (loooooong story!) We celebrated with a night of cocktails, good food and company and dancing in London, starting at ‘Mark’s Bar’ beneath … Continue reading
Yesterday I was very kindly invited to SKOPOS’ Christmas day out which involved a Christmas treasure hunt across London, a few pub stops along the way, dinner at Marco Pierre Whites’ and a flutter at Aspers Casino, along with secret santa prizes and christmas … Continue reading
Updating my Iphone software, I came across a bunch of photos from events that I had completely forgotten to share with you. A couple of weeks ago, I went to the newly opened Hawksmoor steakhouse on Air Street, between Piccadilly and Oxford Street tube station. The … Continue reading