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Galleries, Bubbletea and The Breakfast Club

I’m wearing: T-shirt – & Other Stories Shorts: Kinki Gerlinki (Melbourne) Plimsolls: Office As much as I love being in the countryside or by the sea when the sun is out, there’s something really special about London in Summer. It’s…

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Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium

        It was while I was sat in a beautiful Bondi Beach apartment in Sydney that I started to dread coming back to London, even with three weeks to go until my return. I started searching for…

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Sherlock Pub Quiz with Geeks Inc

  Oh my! With preparing to go to Australia, I completely forgot to write about this awesome pub quiz I went to a few weeks ago! Geeks Inc hold a number of pub quizzes inspired by the best cult TV…

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The Tower of London

I’ve lived in London for nearly 2 years now, and I’ve done all of the free things the city has to offer, but I’ve not really done many of the paid tourist attractions. My boyfriend lives 5 minutes walk from…

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Explore: Portobello Road

I haven’t been to Portobello Road markets in years. I went to Notting Hill Carnival in August, but obviously that is a very different experience! I took a Friday off work recently and wandered around the stalls and shops of…

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Explore: Highgate Cemetery

Ever since I read Her Fearful Symmetry, set in and around Highgate Cemetery in north London, I’ve wanted to visit. It’s not your regular tourist destination, but is a well loved and beautiful area of the city, split into two…

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Explore: Taste of London

Regent’s Park was recently transformed into a culinary festival of epic proportions for Taste of London. This wasn’t just about local restaurants showcasing their wares, this was an opportunity for foodies to taste meals from some of the best and…

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Explore: Battersea Park Zoo

Yes, I am aware that this is a childrens zoo. I should probably pretend I took my niece and nephews, but I’ll be honest with you, it was just me and The Bloke, both in our 20s and possibly just…

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Explore: Kew Gardens

I live in West London and one of the reasons I love it is because it’s a little green paradise in a concrete jungle. I moved to London in August and went head first into a new job so I…