Watching Chelsea’s Victory Parade

Chelsea Football Club’s double win Victory Parade has just happened and I managed to catch it on the corner of Hortensia Road and Fulham Road. But if you missed it, here is a video recording which the bf kindly offered…

Watching Chelsea FC win the Champions League at The Hollywood Arms

OMG! What a match! Frustrating until the 83rd minute, disheartening until the 87th minute and thrilling from the 88th minute onwards, thanks to Drogba’s goal! Then we went into extra time – followed by penalties, which made my heart race…

The Flower Menu at Le Cercle

This afternoon I enjoyed an indulgent 5 course lunch at Le Cercle. I arrived at the basement restaurant, which is situated just off Sloane Street, feeling slightly hurried and ravenous. So when I sat down at my booth and managed to…

A Lion Called Christian Returns to the King’s Road

Do you know about the lion called Christian that grew up on the King’s Road, after two Australian men bought him from Harrods in 1969? The story of Christian has touched the hearts of millions around the world, thanks to…

Spending A Day In Brunei

I’m writing this post in the study of a country house, which I’m visiting. It’s wet outside and we’re contemplating putting the fire on. Still, I’m feeling nice and cosy after a few pub outings over the weekend and this is…

Chelsea Wins The FA Cup Final!

Congratulations and well done to Chelsea’s Football Club for winning this year’s FA Cup final! They all played fabulously and I really hope Di Matteo stays on. He’s the best thing to happen to CFC since Mourinho. True, not as…

How Audrey Hepburn Inspired My First Trip To New York

Today would have been Audrey Hepburn’s 83rd birthday and in memory of one of my favourite actresses of all time, I just wanted to post a clip from one of my favourite films. The scene inspired me to go to…

MS Society Drinks at HRW Antiques

On Tuesday evening I went along to a drinks party at HRW Antiques, which was being held in aid of the MS Society. The setting for the evening was magical. And I was there to support a charity that affects people…

Don’t Miss in May

1. Sushi Des Artistes is coming to Sloane Avenue in May and I cannot wait – and neither can a few other locals. You may have heard of its big brother restaurant in Marbella and about its Japanese meets world…


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