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If you are not in the UK, you probably wonder ‘what is the fuss all about’. Well, let me tell you – Chelsea Flower show is huge, huger than huge, it is an absolute ‘stop everything you are doing’ it is Chelsea Flower show time. Let’s talk about it and why is it so important, and why it should be on your must visit list every year if you are in town when it is happening. First, it is all about them flowers. Pretty, colourful and the best of British. Flowers are a big thing in London (and I assume…

Moving to London I moved to London back in the now far 2010. I cannot say that it was the most seamless experience of my life. I have been taking my time with writing this post, as I feel it is probably one of the most important posts on this blog. At the end of the day I called my website ‘I’m moving to London’ , as I feel that this ‘move’defined so much of my life. It is also defining everything that happens to me today. I was surprised by a lot of things. I think it really depends…

London, the year in review Happy 2017. This post is my little tribute to this gorgeous city I now call home – London. If it were not for it, this blog would not even exist. London inspired me to join Instagram and showcase the beauty of the city. Joining Instagram allowed me to meet new people, join a great community and learn so much. So, thank you London. Here is a look back at some of my favourite 2016 moments. Spring 2016 Summer 2016  Autumn 2016 Christmas 2016 I wanted to thank you all – my readers and my Instagram…

London’s parks In the rare days when the sun shines, make sure to take a walk in one or more of the amazing London parks. I went up to Regent’s park today and did some people watching, sat on one of those green sun chairs, bliss. Here is a quick guide to the top 4 London parks, to help you plan your daily activities. Which park is good for what? All – good for walking, jogging, cycling Hyde Park, South West London (central), nearest tube stations High Street Kensington, Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch: 1. Visit Diana’s memorial 2. Walk…

Without a doubt London is one of those cities that changes a person. Slowly but surely you become a newly crafted version of yourself. Below are the signs, see how many do you tick 🙂 : You always stand on the right or walk on the left You understand the above sentence without the need for clarification You do not make eye contact – EVER and you ignore anyone who does (they must be new here, they will learn) Cockfosters does not make you chuckle You do not even blink when your monthly rent costs as much as a small…