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GLC strikes gold with afternoon tea at Kona

It is a truth, of which I am becoming increasingly aware, that there really is no point in indulging in afternoon tea unless it makes you feel a little bit special. 579 more words


Birthday Tea

Two days ago on August 11th I turned 26. Where does time go? Isn’t it mad how quickly years seem to fly by, while when you’re growing up waiting for your next birthday can seem like forever!  439 more words

The Bull’s Head - Chislehurst

There is something wonderfully bucolic about a weekend afternoon tea at the Bull’s Head.

Rolling south out of London’s deserted Cannon Street station at midday on a Saturday, you soon arrive at a small and typically Victorian station – again, barely a person to see. 876 more words


LONDON EATERIES - Sugar and Spice and All Things Nice at W London – Leicester Square

Indulge in a Stunning South-East Asian Afternoon Tea from Spice Market London in Soho’s Hottest Hotel

As the mercury rises this summer, W London – Leicester Square is bringing a taste of South East Asia to the heart of the city with its unique Spice Tea. 343 more words

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#LondonAdventure Camellia's Tea House - Kingly Court - Soho

There’s nothing a good cuppa tea can’t solve.

Rarely a day passes when a muffit of strong Yorkshire doesn’t pass my lips and many an office day is segmented by the timings of the next tea break so when the opportunity arose to go and meet creators of… 295 more words


Afternoon tea cruises

I’ve been going a bit stir-crazy when not trotting around London for coffees with my friends or fabulous uncle who lives in Kensington. I’ve realised in the last few months that it’s not my toddler or baby that needs to get out of the house – it is their highly strung mother. 440 more words