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Beach Blanket Babylon

BEST FOR- boozy brunches, big payrolls, & photo mongers. times when drool worthy aesthetics trump food quality & service.

MUSICAL PAIRING- “Seven Nation Army… 221 more words


Knock Knock, Little Yellow Door

Knock knock on the little yellow door at no. 68 Notting Hill Gate. I’m here to see some flatmates, a group of friends who are having a house party. 741 more words


Parlour, Kensal Rise

What is one to do on a cold Saturday or Sunday in January? I recommend heading down to PARLOUR in Kensal Rise – a little haven of a pub/restaurant where all of the weekend papers are at your disposal, you can have either smashed avocado or a huge roast lunch and you can even eat as many slices of cake and toast as you like at the fill-your-boots ‘Bread/Cake station’. 229 more words

Markets, Museums and More

Don’t worry, I haven’t abandoned my blog already… I’m back with almost a week’s worth of stories and pictures to share.

Aubrey, my roommate from USC, came to visit for the weekend before jetting off to South Africa for her own semester abroad. 716 more words



The nurse at school used to solve everything with Strepsils.  Regardless of the ailment you went to her with, the same thing was alway prescribed.  It became a game – invent the most obscur symptoms and see what her reaction was.   34 more words


Nama Foods

Juicing. That’s what everyone’s doing. It’s the new health trend for 2015. Vitamix & NutriBullet blenders were sold out in John Lewis, heated debates were doing the rounds on Twitter between Gizzi Erskine, Jay Rayner and Lucy Siegle, and the idea of having kale and avocado in pretty much every single smoothie proliferated. 386 more words

London Food


They say that when one door closes another one opens.  Whilst I wait for my door of opportunity to open, I can’t help but notice how lovely other people’s doors are.