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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Chelsea in Bloom 2018: The Highlights

Of all the summer events to look forward to each year, Chelsea in Bloom has to be one of my favourites. I can never explore it all, even with a map, although this probably has more to do with my terrible sense of direction than anything else hihi (ask any one of my friends). Terrible senses of direction aside (if only I could say “we’ve all been there”), Chelsea in Bloom is undoubtfully one of the most extensive and hotly-prepared…

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Spring Brunch in London: Duck and Waffle

I can finally say that winter, along with 4pm sunsets, are over! With it comes new and exciting places to dine in the city, because we can at last venture out to places which do not have fireplaces or ultra-intense indoor heating. Arax and I decided to celebrate finally being able to have a spring brunch in London by heading over to Duck and Waffle for a delicious Sunday meal. It turns out that delicious is an underrated word. As…

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Where to see London’s prettiest storefronts

With spring here, who doesn’t want to get in on all the Instagram action and snap London’s prettiest storefronts? Flower-decorated ones have been popping up all over the city, but can you guess where we found finally them? The wonderfully relaxing vibe and gorgeous white buildings in Belgravia meant that it was already (easily) my favourite place to live and spend time in London. But little could have prepared me for the shock of seeing stores I knew by heart…

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Richmond Park’s Best Autumn Activities

Despite having lived in London for 12 years (i.e. eternity), I never actually took the time to visit Richmond Park. Have you ever noticed that the places closest to you are the ones you end up not visiting? It must be one of the top things to do in London, yet I spend all my time a little too close to my home, or far far away in a different country! If this is you, I have some wonderful news:…

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