Marylebone High Street: My Favourite Haunts

I spent the last couple of months abroad and so hadn’t been able to spend as much time as I would have liked with my brother Andrew, but now that I’m back in London, it’s great that we’ve returned to our usual adventuring! One of our favourite areas around London is Marylebone High Street- there’s just so much to see and do, shop and eat, discover and be reunited with- so it was wonderful for both of us to travel…

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The Beginning of Autumn in Notting Hill

I find that the easiest way to restore normality after a flight is to go out. So having just landed from Geneva to London, I whipped out my phone and made plans with my brother Andrew to visit leafy Notting Hill for a walk through the familiar pastel streets (and of course food;). Andrew is a great companion because he shares my love for exploring and also because he has exceptional carrying tolerance so I can buy all the food…

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Truffle Fondue in Lausanne Switzerland

After almost two months of hardly eating any cheese in Prague, Germany and Santorini during my European travels, I arrived in Switzerland with a mission (and an appetite): to find and eat as much truffle fondue as possible. Unfortunately, I’d chosen what is likely the worst time to hunt for truffle fondue: the end of July. Summer hadn’t even finished yet (let alone Autumn), and yet, typical of me, I was already excitedly searching for the most wintery of winter…

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Brunch in Chiswick at No 197 Chiswick Fire Station

For months, I’d wanted to go for brunch in Chiswick, but, the hopelessly lazy person I am, had kept putting it off. The area’s at quite a distance from the rest of Central London, meaning a little effort is required to go there! Luckily, I had Instagram to give me a shove hihi. I kept seeing posts tagged with ‘brunch in Chiswick’ online. The one that kept popping up was an all-white restaurant spot with cacti and eye-catching pink chairs.…

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Chelsea’s Most Unique Coffee Spot

Unique coffee versions have been popping up all over London, from the charcoal-coloured in Notting Hill, to the yellow turmeric ones in Shoredich. But despite its pretty pastel streets, I’ve had such a hard time in the past in finding really tasty and unique coffee spots in Chelsea. I don’t just want the pretty coffee- it’s got to taste good too! There are a couple of nice spots to enjoy one, like Juicebaby and L’eto, but as much as I…

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