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March 2016

Vietnam / Con Dao Seatravel Resort

31/03/2016

Con Dao Seatravel Resort is one of a handful of 3-star hotels on the island. Their website says: Offers bungalow accommodations with views of the bay and free Wi-Fi. It features a private beach area and a restaurant. At the Condao Resort come with air conditioning, cable TV and a minibar. Guests can enjoy snorkeling activities during their stay at the Condao Seatravel. Bicycles are available for rental. Laundry, dry cleaning and ironing services are available. Asian and European dishes are…

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Vietnam / Flying to Côn Đảo

30/03/2016

On to my favourite part of my Vietnam holiday; Côn Đảo Islands. Côn Đảo Islands are an archipelago in the south east of Vietnam and contains of about 16 islands and islets. I’m genuinely not scared of flying but there’s just something about those smaller planes, haha. Flying from Ho Chi Minh City to Côn Đảo takes just under an hour and flights are quite cheap.  Cargo in front.. Well that’s new.  Smallest airport I’ve ever been to.. We got picked up…

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Vietnam / Breakfast and beach vibes

30/03/2016

Our last day in Mui Ne was spent by the pool and beach. So much for being productive! But first, best and most important meal of the day – Breakfast!I usually ate fruit for breakfast. The “western” breakfast was quite oily and fat for my liking and the asian breakfast.. I just wasn’t keen on.But look at this plate though!! I absolutely love fruit. Melon, dragon fruit, mini apples, pineapple and lychee. My aunties plate with asian breakfast, haha! Quick…

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Tom’s Kitchen, Canary Wharf – The perfect spot for brunch

29/03/2016

I am an absolute sucker for brunch. It is literally the best of all worlds possible – breakfast but just a little bit more. Mmmmh. The weather was fantastic on friday morning so me and G decided to take a walk along the river and ended up at Tom’s Kitchen by Westferry Circus in Canary Wharf. I’ve been wanting to go there for a while and was happy to see that it was open!  We ordered orange juice (freshly squeezed!),…

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DIY Manicure / How I do my own nails

28/03/2016

I get quite a lot of comments on my nails. People seem to assume I’m one of those who visit the nail salon on the regular and get them done, but oh no. I do them myself. They’re in a almond shape, semi-long and strong. Always in a nude, pastel or dark colour. The only colour I don’t wear is red. After I quit my cabin crew job I stopped wearing red nail polish as that was one of the…

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Mikaela & Lars forever part II

27/03/2016

After the lovely ceremony we walked over to The Printhouse (located between Bow and Stratford) where we had booked a table for lunch. I had been there once before and had good memories from my sunday roast and dessert. We were slightly early and spent 10 minutes out in the cold waiting and hanging on the gate, literally. At noon one of the guys opened up and I said “moooorningggg, how are you today? my friends JUST got married, fun right??…

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Mikaela & Lars forever

24/03/2016

On Saturday the 19th of March I had the pleasure of attending and being a witness at Mikaela and Lars minimalistic surprise wedding. No one but us in the room knew about it, which felt pretty exciting. Dressed in all black, they had a small ceremony at Bromley Public Hall in Bow, champagne in the garden and a lovely lunch which I will cover in a later post. I will let the pictures speak for themselves.       There was…

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Alessia Cara at The Electric in Brixton

24/03/2016

If you haven’t listened to Alessia Cara’s debut album DO SO NOW PLEASE THANK YOU VERY MUCH. As a birthday gift to Mikaela (who got married last weekend) I got us tickets to see Alessia at The Electric. We met shortly after work and travelled together to Brixton and arrived at 6.45. Doors opened at 7 and the queue was absolutely insane, so we decided to eat (obviously something involving food..).  David Bowie was from Brixton and there are so…

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Ginger Jar catering

24/03/2016

My wednesday was pretty normal to start with but in the afternoon I had organised a canapé and mocktail reception for all staff. I was only notified of this event on friday afternoon and didn’t think it was possible to find a halal catering company in such short notice, but my lovely colleague Gemma knew of someone she’d used earlier. Ginger Jar Food is a boutique catering company based in London and their head chef, Jenny McNeill, started the company…

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