Farmhouse Brunch At Roux At The Landau, Langham Hotel

There have been so many new trends over the past few years. Moving away from traditional disco cocktails to wonderful and eye catching concoctions. Afternoon teas have moved away from its classic ways and have developed into themed teas, with the likes of Disney and seasonal holidays. One of my favourite food trends has to be Sunday brunch though. There…
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Jamavar Brings The Best Of India To The Table

I still have fond memories of watching my mum cooking traditional Indian food as a child. I would grab my step stool and stand next to her, near the stove. She would roll out her chapati’s so fast, but each of them would be this perfectly round shape. The identical size throughout the whole stack too, all carefully buttered. The…
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Top 5 Things I Want To Do In Barcelona

Barcelona has been on my wanderlust wish list for the longest time. I’ve only dreamt of wandering the Spanish streets under the basking hot sun, sipping on jugs of sangria and eatings lots of tapas. Reading about other fellow travel bloggers who have discovered the hidden gems of the city, has only made me want to visit more. Through my…
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The Competitive Era Of Blogging Is Burning Me Out

I have not written a personal blog post in a while. I try and keep things positive on Fresh and Fearless, because it was always been a workspace for me to express my creativity. To showcase my talents and keep an online diary, for when i’m old. However, i’m struggling to keep up. My blog was never meant to be┬ácommercialised,…
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Quality Italian Opulence At Margot

When we talk about our ancestors and where we originally came from, it can be a funny story. I know for one, my story isn’t simple. My parents are originally from Gujrat in India, but my dad was born in Tanzania, Africa and likewise with my mum, but in Uganda. However, I was born in England, making me British. Am…
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