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Blog, England, Kent, Whitstable

Glorious Seafood Meal At The Whitstable Oyster Company, Worth The Drive.

September 2, 2018
Whitstable Oyster Company, Whitstable, Kent, England -
My August Bank Holiday Weekend was phenomenal, touring my Aunt around the places I fell in love with and discovering new places with her as well. She wanted to see either Oxford or Cambridge during one of the days that she’s here but changed her mind the last minute as she started craving for oysters. You see, food addiction runs in the family and I feel like I will never get over it having all these wonderfu

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Blog, England, rye

Day Trip To Rye

June 10, 2018
Rye and Camber Sands -
The weather gods have been extremely good to us these days, we’ve seen sun for most of last bank holiday weekend which made our day trip to Rye much more enjoyable. A few months ago, I asked the help of my instagram friends to give me some ideas of an easy day trip destination from London. I received quite a few suggestions but one which stood out was Rye in East Sussex. Not only because of its proximity to Londo

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Blog, England, London

Self-Guided London City Tour On A Santander Cycle-For-Hire

May 29, 2018
Big Ben, London -
Santander Cycle is London’s self-service cycle hire scheme which I absolutely love! It’s the cheapest way to get around the city and I always make sure that I get to use it as much as I can specially if the weather’s good. You can hire a bike from as little as £2, no need to make any reservation and it’s very easy to find with numerous docking stations dotted around the city. London is also very cycle-frie

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Blog, England, London

London’s Hidden Walks: Kensington Walk Highlights

May 19, 2018
Kensington Walk Highlights -
I was quite excited to do the Kensington Walk from the London’s Hidden Walk book series as Kensington is one of my favourite areas in London. I find it so charming and for some reason, I do feel like it has a small-town feel to it although it really isn’t a small town. In fact, some of the city’s most expensive houses can be found here – houses that I won’t be able to afford ever in this lifetime. From

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England, London

London Riverside Pub Hopping on a Bank Holiday

May 8, 2018
London Riverside Pub Hopping -
We were blessed with endless sunshine during the May bank holiday weekend and as you may know, when the sun’s out here in London people generally lose their sh*t. They’d be out and about worshiping the sun’s rays which they rarely ever get to do. I did enjoy it too, don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing like getting some rays of sunshine hit your face while you enjoy a cold glass of Pimm

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England, London

London’s Hidden Walks: King’s Cross, St Pancras and Camden Walk Highlights

April 28, 2018
King's Cross, St Pancras and Camden Walk Highlights -
This is possibly the longest walking tour I’ve ever done so far guided by London’s Hidden Walks book series. So long that I had a swollen ankle the next day, my own fault though because I forgot to put an insole for my flat feet when I knew that this will be a 5km walk with an extension through the Regent Canal. Needless to say, I was limping my way to work the next day. I’m still enjoying all the

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