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Lemmy on Cafe Boheme - Soho

It’s a struggle to go hungry if you’re looking for something to eat in Soho, and while I could dedicate a whole blog to its restaurants, there’s a little one I want to tell you about. 705 more words

Eating Out

Les Brassins, Belgian bistro in Brussels

Four years ago B and I were both living and working in Paris, going on our little week-end trips around France and never even giving a thought to our neighboring country in the North. 341 more words


Babbels - babble on without me...

Restaurant Babbels in Haarlem’s Lange Veerstraat opened its doors 20 years ago. It is a classic Dutch space: dark, with lots of wood, stained glass, murals and lighting. 291 more words

Le Chalet. On top of the world.

You know that thing, where you can’t decide where to go on holiday for Christmas and there are so many choices and what about Cornwall but there’s all those unused air miles and it would be lovely to go somewhere hot but really it’s double the price at this time of year and then you end up staying at home, doing absolutely nothing, other than cooking for the rest of your family even though they have told you not to go to any trouble. 776 more words


Learning Street Photography

Przemysław Pawełczyk wrote a great and may be controversial article about Street Photography and my photographs. Read more…

Food meets Conversation

Hello Lovelies,
From the title, some of you would already know this post is different from my usual ‘Planning and Development’ write-ups.
As mentioned in my ‘About me’ page, I expressed how I would be sharing with you some of my life adventures and activities. 540 more words

Weekend in Paris

We went to Paris the passing weekend and had an absolute wonderful time. We were in the city the whole Saturday and Sunday and despite the crazy cold, we walked long distances while discovering some amazing local brasseries and hidden alleyways. 952 more words