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Date Night In London | The Pottery Tapas Bar

March 1, 2017
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Do you have that one restaurant which you always have in mind when you’re looking for somewhere to bring your visiting friends and family to? The Pottery Tapas Bar is that kind of restaurant for us here in Kingston. Everytime someone’s visiting us, a dinner in this place is always included in the itinerary. Whenever we feel like going out for some drinks and great food but we don’t want to go so f

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England, Expat Living in London, Kingston-Upon-Thames

Things To Do in Kingston | Have A Pint At The Boater’s Inn In Canbury Gardens

February 25, 2017
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This is my neighborhood. WOW! I’ve never thought I’d actually say that when describing one of the boroughs of London. It’s been 6 months now since we’ve moved from the Middle East to London and yet, I still can’t believe that I actually live in one of the most beautiful boroughs in one of the most famous cities in the world, in my opinion. :p This is Kingston-Upon-Thames, a mere 30-min

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England, Kingston-Upon-Thames

Christmas In London | Kingston Christmas Market, The Prettiest Of Them All.

November 22, 2016
Christmas Lights in Kingston
My love for Kingston is growing more and more each day that I spend here. Up until now, 3 months since we’ve moved here, I still can’t believe that this is now my new neighborhood. It just looks so perfect and for someone who has not lived in such a pretty place before, this is just too much for me to handle. Lol. I’ve been waiting for the Christmas lights and the Kingston Christmas Market to be u

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England, Kingston-Upon-Thames

Things To Do in Kingston: Feel The Community Spirit in Cleave’s Almshouse.

September 12, 2016
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I took a Kingston walking tour the other day which included Cleave’s Almshouse as one of our stops. I’ve been passing by this row of houses since we moved to Kingston and never realized the importance of this building until I took the tour. It’s one of the reasons why I joined the free walking tour, to know the story behind the numerous beautiful and dated buildings around the area. Luckily, the w

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