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February 2016

Bone Daddies / Soho

29/02/2016

After work on friday my dear friend Karla messaged me and said “Bone Daddies, 6.30pm”. After a quick google session I found out that Bone Daddies on Peter Street in Soho is one of soon four restaurants. They serve Ramen noodles and super yummy side dishes. Cool. Awesome. We like it already. Me and my colleague Sher left the City and travelled to Soho and was met by our friends and a 20 minute queue. Now, for a party of 7…

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Dairy free scones

25/02/2016

During the last couple of weeks I have tried to cut down on dairy for no other reason than my skin seems to like me more without it. I am constantly on pinterest and google to find dairy-free recipes and save them all. One of the recipes I came across was dairy free scones! Now, who doesn’t love scones?! As usual, I didn’t really stick to the recipe but I used this as a guide.          Prep: 15…

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Hidden gems in Bermondsey

24/02/2016

After visiting the White Cube we walked around the area and found some pretty amazing interior shops. Most was second hand/antique and prices varied quite a lot! The London Second Hand Store had everything from beds to desks, bowls, candle holders and book shelves. Look at that two seated armchair?! So amazing.  Random bits and bobs everywhere Beautiful carafes and glassesA stunning wooden world globe! Would look amazing in a modern home, don’t you think? I love the mix of…

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Minimalism at its best

24/02/2016

On Saturday me and Gabriel visited the White Cube in Bermondsey for the first time – and it won’t be the last. The building has been around since the 70s but was redesigned by London and Berlin-based architects Casper Mueller Kneer and opened as the White Cube in October 2011.  Bricks, glass and concrete; three of my favourite materials    Dressed in grey and black – reflecting the awful weather outside White walls and beautiful polished concrete floor. We were probably admiring…

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Vietnam / Sea Links Beach Hotel

24/02/2016

The main reason behind travelling to Vietnam was to take part of a big family reunion in Mui Ne, Phan Thiet. My mum’s cousin booked everything – hotel, restaurants and things to do, so there was very little for me to even think about! At 6.30 am we were picked up by bus and the drive was about 4 hours (including a quick break) from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne. We stayed at Sea Links Beach Hotel which…

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Jetlag deluxe and food

22/02/2016

After arriving at 11am local time me and my mum were picked up by our family and dropped off our bags at our accommodation (we stayed with family). Straight after we went to a Chinese restaurant to meet up with the rest of the family to enjoy a delicious lunch. Now, I had been up for about a day and a half and therefor pictures are very limited! Some of my relatives 🙂 Super yummy dumplings Lots of it! Since…

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Travel Diaries / Thai Airways

10/02/2016

Finally holiday! After finishing packing, getting dressed and leave the house I managed to get on the tube to Heathrow Airport. I was overjoyed that the tube strike was cancelled – the journey would’ve been horrific had it not. I hadn’t been to Terminal 2 since the renovations and let me tell you.. it is PRETTY! Open space, good variety of shops and staff everywhere to help. Great great great. I flew with Thai Airways and was excited to see…

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Nigel’s Birthday

10/02/2016

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO NIGEL! Last weekend he rented a super cool apartment in Hackney from some super cool dude and we had the most relaxing day filled with food “obviously“, movies (the holiday, is there a better sunday-movie?) and long conversations.  I made the French Toast Bake again, this time with hazelnut milk! Couldn’t tell a difference. In the afternoon the boys took over the kitchen. Here’s Nigel and Pharao 🙂 Such a lovely little corner kitchen!The apartment looked all…

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Sunday’s means brunch! 

08/02/2016

After a pretty eventful evening and  little sleep a brunch is all you need! I met up with Holly and Karen for a delicious brunch at Carluccios and we all ordered Eggs Florentine, my absolute favourite.  The eggs were served on a toasted Italian bread with smoked salmon.. Yum!! Next up; HOLIDAY!!! Puss, N…

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