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Date Nights in London | 6-Course Tasting Menu at Jean-Georges At The Connaught

March 1, 2019
Jean-Georges At The Connaught, London
It’s been awhile since I’ve been to Central London. I have been keeping myself away from it but not on purpose, just don’t have the time to do so as it’s been quite busy with work lately. I do feel guilty about this as I vowed to myself when I moved to London 3 years ago that I’ll never take living here for granted and will explore the city whenever I am off from work. (Gosh! Has it be

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Blog, England, Expat Living in London, London

London Walks | Twickenham Riverside Walk

December 17, 2018
Twickenham Riverside Walk, London
It’s been months since I’ve written anything about my beloved London, life’s been hectic with work and I went on a few holidays too – not that I’m complaining. I honestly miss exploring London specially now since it’s too cold and gets dark quite early to do any explorations like before. The last walk that I’ve done in London was this – the beautiful Twickenham Rivers

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Blog, England, London

Autumn in London

October 14, 2018
Kensington Palace and Garden, London, England
Spending autumn in London is the best! I love the fall season, yes it could be cold, breezy and rainy but I still think it’s the most romantic season of all.  Bundled up in the thickest of my jackets like a person in a zorb ball (because my fashion sense is highly questionable), I love having long walks in different parts of London and just taking

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Blog, England, London

London’s Hidden Walks: Hammersmith and Chiswick Highlights

October 7, 2018
Strand-on-the-green, chiswick, london
The Hammersmith and Chiswick walk is by the far the most interesting and the prettiest walking tour I’ve done guided by my London’s Hidden Walks book. Apart from the pretty lanes and expensive houses that I passed by in this route, I was most interested in all the riverside pubs that I saw. There were too many and all of them had an amazing view of the Thames River. Upon seeing the photos I took, The Gr

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Day Trip From London: Hever Castle

September 30, 2018
Hever Castle, England -
If Helen of Troy had a face that could launch a thousand ships, then Anne Boleyn’s can start an entire new religion that will change a country’s history forever. Since moving to London, I’ve been obsessed with Henry VIII’s stories and his 6 wives and for whatever reason, I have this weird fascination about Anne Boleyn specifically. I don’t really know why because she’s certainly

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Blog, England, London, London Restaurants

The Art of Eating Japanese Food in Tokimeite.

September 9, 2018
Tokimeite, London -
If like me, you have a list of restaurants you’d like to try in London, put Tokimeite at the very top of that list. You’ll just have to trust me on this. I’ve kept it aside for such a long time mainly because I couldn’t be bothered going into the central part of London and having to deal with the massive hoards of tourists in Regent Street. Tokimeite makes that painful journey worthwhile. W

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