Christmas Festivities & Traditions

I am lucky enough to call London my home, whilst I study at university. A big, beautiful city, that boasts so much character and elegance. Since I moved out of Zone 1 and to Zone 4, I find myself missing central on a regular basis. Nothing beats living in London Bridge, i’m not going to lie to you all. I…
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Rooftop Dining At Le Chalet

Hop on a ski lift, right to the top and join us in Le Chalet on a cold blustery evening for some fine dining at height. The lovely Zoe, who blogs over at Love And Limoncello and I got together for a catch up. It had been a while since we last met each other at a bloggers meet-up and…
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Dining at 2 Veneti

After a busy day running around places, nothing I needed more than a wind down over a nice glass of bubbles. The night so dark and the wind so bitterly cold, it had us shivering in our thick coats and scarfs too! It was not a long walk between the station and the restaurant nonetheless. My sister and I headed…
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Christmas At Harrods & Cake At L’eto

We are finally in December and Christmas is coming. It is the season to be jolly, eat lots of mince pies and get fat. Let’s leave any regrets about doing so until the new year! When I heard the lovely Chloe who blogs over at New Girl In Toon, was in London from Newcastle I just had to spend some…
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Letters To My Childhood Self

Dear childhood Aftab, Age 5-10 You are still young, with so many lessons, twisted turns and journeys that will occur in your life ahead. You’re still a baby, so make the most of being young because I know that later in life you will wish you were that young again. Listen to mum and dad, when they say that it…
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