If you have already moved homes in London, you’d know that it is quite a hellish of a moment. Moving homes in London has proven to be one of the most exhausting tasks. Nevertheless, I have managed to overcome this challenge 8 times already. There is just so many stressful thoughts that come to your… Continue reading Moving Mountains
I have always been a big Sex and the City fan, so when I learnt that my friend's birthday theme was this classic of a show, I knew that it would be fun. There is just something about this show that makes women feel understood. Even though they represent a specific category in society (not… Continue reading Friends and the City
I don't always get that feeling when I leave my hometown. The first time I left Lyon for London, what I felt was nothing short of excitement with a touch of apprehensiveness. The second time, I was shamelessly happy to leave, looking forward to go back to that bubble of energy that is the Great… Continue reading The Cherry on Top
The end of the summer is almost there and so is the end of what has been a great way to spend our summer evenings : Street Feast Model Market. If you haven't heard of it, I recommend you to pop there before it disappears for a good six months. South London is the home of… Continue reading “It’s always sunny in Lewisham”
Last weekend's walk on the Kentish beaches felt like a dream, and what better way to end it than to stop by Dreamland? For those of you who don't know this area of England, Dreamland is in fact an amusement park in Margate situated a minute walk from the beach front. It was the reward… Continue reading An Evening in Dreamland
I like to remind myself sometimes that England is not necessarily only made of London. I got invited to a hike on the bank holiday weekend and could not make it. I thought it would be a pity not to go try it before the end of the summer. I convinced my friend Maha, who's… Continue reading Sea It All – From Ramsgate to Broadstairs!