Holland Park

I’m pretty sure you’re going to think I’m obsessed with Japanese gardens, because Holland Park (like Kew) has one. Kyoto Garden is the best part of Holland Park. It has everything you’re looking for from a tranquil waterfall, Japanese maple trees, koi fish and a peacock. I’ve always loved water features, Trafalgar Square is literally […]

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Honey Lemon Chicken

Honey Lemon Chicken

It’s lunchtime somewhere, so I thought I’d post my quick and simple Honey Lemon Chicken recipe. I come across a recipe on the Food and Wine website, and decided to add to/alter it. Overall, this recipe took 25 minutes to make. Ingredients you’ll need 🌟 Two chicken breasts 🌟 1/4 cup and 1 teaspoon of […]

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Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt – Oykos Stracciatella

Oykos

I’d like to introduce you to my new favourite dessert, Oykos Stracciatella, a coconut-based Greek style dairy free yogurt with vegan chocolate shavings. I’ve had Oykos yogurts in the past and they weren’t anything to write home about, but this one in particular was blog worthy. I was quite recently told to cut out dairy, […]

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Lush Cosmetics: Bath Bomb Haul

Lush Cosmetics

In a change to the usual travel posts, I’ve decided to ‘explore’ some of Lush Cosmetics’ new Mother’s Day and Easter bath bombs, along with much older favourites! Atom Heart Mother Let’s start with a bath bomb from the Mother’s Day line, specifically the one that looks like the ‘Toy Story’ wallpaper… ‘Atom Heart Mother’. […]

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Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

Happy Easter! To celebrate the start of spring, I went to London’s Kew Gardens! The 330+ acre botanical garden is a must, especially when we’re still in some sort of lockdown. We arrived before 1pm and hadn’t completed it, even by 5pm – to give you an idea of how huge the gardens are… Kew […]

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Parliament Hill Viewpoint

Parliament Hill Viewpoint

Parliament Hill Viewpoint is one of the best places to go if you want a shot of the London skyline. There is a lot to be positive about right now! Groups of six can meet in public spaces across England from Monday, and Spring is pretty much here… Visiting is a must after lockdown If […]

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The Magic of Christmas at London Zoo

Christmas at London Zoo

I’m excited to write this post, as it combines two of my favourite things: Christmas and London Zoo! Prior to the latest lockdown, we got a chance to experience The Magic of Christmas at London Zoo, and it was nothing short of spectacular… From the way the grounds were decorated, to the cuteness of the […]

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Etsy – Local Businesses: FairyMoonCandlesUK

Following on from my newly written local businesses post, I’d like to re-post my favourite local business: FairyMoonCandlesUK. (I have re-branded my blog, so I wanted to re-write my favourite posts to reflect that) Pandora’s FairyMoonCandlesUK is a small Mancunian business which I discovered on Etsy. Head Fairy, Pandora, makes beautiful handcrafted soy wax candles […]

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Supporting Local Businesses

support small businesses lettering text on black background

It’s no secret that the economy has plummeted since the pandemic… So, my post offers tips on supporting local businesses. #1: SHOP ONLINE Last year, I relied heavily on Etsy when planning gift ideas for loved ones. There are so many unique, handcrafted gift ideas to choose from on there! Using the location filter enables […]

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Golden Tours: Christmas Lights London by Night Tour

London at Christmas

This is my well overdue review of Golden Tours. I’ve deleted all my old content (my SEO’s going to suffer) because I want to go back to the original plan for this blog: travel and tourism. I am so excited about the content I have planned for you all… Roll on June 21! I’m feeling […]

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