• London Local
    It’s been a while since I’ve written a post and as I sit …
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  • London Local
    Summer is in full swing, and evenings are still beautifully light. Make the most of …
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  • Diary
    It’s National Tequila Day on 24 July, which has got me thinking about my favourite …
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  • Kraftwerk at Tate Modern: Techno Pop

    I went to one of the best gigs I’ve ever had the luck of seeing last night: Kraftwerk at the Tate Modern. It was the sixth night in their eight date run of concerts, which you probably heard about with…

    Pancake Feasting at The Botanist

    There are two reasons why I’m excited that it’s Pancake Tuesday tomorrow: 1. I love pancakes and 2. Because Pancake Day is essentially the eve of the first day of Lent, which means the countdown to Easter and thus springtime…

    Brunch at Honky Tonk

    If you’re looking for somewhere new to try for brunch, have you dropped by Honky Tonk yet? I finally got round to trying it over the weekend, despite it being a stone’s throw away and I think it’s worth checking…

    Sunday Sanctuary at Bar Galante with Bliss Spa

    I am so excited about writing this post – one just for the ladies! If you fancy feeling spoiled for an afternoon and spending quality time with your girlfriends, then you must read on. The venue is Bar Galante, which…

    Don’t Miss In February 2013!

    So the longest month of the year is over – or so it felt like it. And now it’s time to get on with 2013, forget about Dry January (if you bothered) and look forward to this being the last…

    Ribs Feast at Bodean’s BBQ

    Last night I popped in to try Bodean’s on Fulham Broadway for the very first time. I had passed it many times as well as the one in Soho and have always been intrigued. So with this weekend’s Super Bowl…

    Lunch at The Wellesley Hotel

    Last week I was invited to take a look around the recently opened The Wellesley Hotel in Knightsbridge. I had popped in a few months ago when it was just a building site and I was very excited to return,…

    ‘Debbie Harry Queen of Punk: Portraits by Brian Aris’ at Proud Chelsea

    Punk has many definitions but when it comes to music, it is more akin to “a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s.” Politically, it is associated with anarchy; a rebellion against the establishment. So…

    Snowmen and other Snow Creatures in Battersea Park

    I’ve recently noticed how snow seems to elicit opposing reactions from people: either you love it or you hate it. Either you want to stay indoors in the comfort of your own home unless you really have to leave it or…


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