Saturday in London Part III | Hampstead

Hampstead is cute. A little too cute if you ask me, and if you take a stroll down Hampstead high street one day, you’ll know what I mean. Boutique stores, antique street fairs, colourful vines of leaves ensnaring the walls, it’s f*cking adorable! There’s something almost Parisian about it all. Could it be because the…

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My Trip To Cyprus

After 13 years away I decided to make my grand return to the Motherland. Cyprus, home of various grilled meats, family guilt and olive oil! It’s been a long time since my last holiday here and the week I spent with friends and family was nothing short of a delight.  This year my trips have consisted of…

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Summer 2017 | Lookbook

I can’t believe that Summer is already over. Well, I’m not sure if what London had constitutes as Summer but whatever it was, it’s over.  I started this blog at the tail end of May after my trip to Milan and it’s been a great journey (pun 100% intended) so far. I’ve learned a lot…

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Saturday in London Part II | Primrose Hill

Saturday has become my go-to blogging day, after a long week at work, all I want to do is have a day of indulgence. My previous post Saturday in London | Aubaine turned out to be quite popular and I think this will become a series of posts I work on showcasing London alongside my travel/recipe content for…

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My Trip To Valencia

This weekend I took my first trip to Spain and visited the beautiful city of Valencia. I sweated for 48 hours non stop, the humidity was through the roof and the weather never dropped lower than thirty degrees. My foolish self only brought a pair of tight, black skinny jeans along for the trip. So…

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Happy?…Happy.

“Everyone goes through a period of Traviamento – when we take, say, a different turn in life, the other via. Dante himself did. Some recover, some pretend to recover, some never come back, some chicken out before even starting, and some, for fear of taking any turns, find themselves leading the wrong life all life long.” ― André Aciman, Call…

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