Portobello Market

Notting Hill is my favourite part of London. From the iconic multi-coloured houses to its in-famous antiques, pretty little cafes to the notorious annual Carnival. If I could live anywhere in London, it would be in Notting Hill. Luckily, being just a stone’s throw away, I strolled through Portobello Market this weekend to make the most of a particularly sunny afternoon.

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Sidewalk to Catwalk

My Sundays are normally embarrassingly lazy. There is nothing I like more on a Sunday than to be sprawled out on my couch all day, watching trashy TV and stuffing my face but yesterday I went against all my natural instincts (even braving the London downpour!) and headed east to an exhibition I’ve wanted to see for quite a while now; The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier, From The Sidewalk to the Catwalk.

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Camden Market

I first visited Camden Market back when I was in university in Birmingham and used to make frequent trips down to London. Four years on and I still love coming back for its delicious array of food, eclectic mix of people and wonderfully weird goods. You will find it all in Camden, from spiritual crystals to offensive T-shirts, ‘hash pops’ to hand made prints, everything!

And the best part is experiencing all that Camden Market has to offer in the London sunshine.

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In Fair Verona

….where we lay our scene.

Ok, so not quite Verona but on a very sunny evening yesterday in London, I made my way to see The English National Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet at Royal Albert Hall. For those of you who haven’t been to Royal Albert Hall, it’s an absolute beauty both inside and out and definitely worth a trip – if not for anything but to stroll along the pretty streets of South Kensington (while this rare London sun is out!).

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Eat Wear Wander

Attempt 7,289,472,834 at writing a blog.

I’ve dabbled with blogs here and there over the years, starting way before blogging was considered cool. Those were the angst ridden teen years and now, in my quarter-life crisis, I seem to be turning to my keyboard once again for assistance.

I hope this blog helps facilitate my three biggest passions – food, fashion and travel; or what I call life. And I hope even more so that you’re inspired enough to go on this journey with me.

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