Eating the World: an A-Z of London cuisines is my plan to taste the world’s finest food without leaving my home city. In this series I’ll be visiting some of London’s coolest and yummiest restaurants in order to discover the role that migrants and migrant cultures and cuisines have played in making London one of … More Eating the World: A is for Argentina
Girl is aiming to taste the world’s finest food without leaving her home city, in Eating the World: an A-Z of London cusisines! In addition I’d like to highlight the role that migrants and migrant cultures and cuisines have played in making London one of the best cities to love and visit, in the planet. … More Eating the World: an A-Z of London Cuisines
The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace open to the public every year between July and September. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, a monarchist or otherwise, it’s a once in a lifetime experience that only comes around once a year. Armed with Mother Independent, Girl took it on herself to see what it’s all about. … More A Day Out at Buckingham Palace
London is a pretty awesome place. I often remind myself that I live in one of the greatest cities in the world, and try and photograph it as often as I can. Here are some of my favourite views of this great capital (and not just the famous ones!)
The Museum of London is one of London’s smaller and less well known museums, but that doesn’t mean it packs less of a punch. … More How to spend an afternoon at the Museum of London
A recent morning’s walk around the park at the end of my road gave me some lovely photo opportunities. London is a surprisingly green city, for the massive international capital that it is.
It’s not often I post photos by themselves, but I stumbled across this one in my library today. It’s a a stunning sun set over London’s St Pancras station I often forget that I live in London, and just what a wonderful city it is.
For some strange, weird reason, this week seems to be the week that loads of people want to ask me if I miss New York. I don’t know if there’s some kind of NYC-smell in the air, or Sex and the City has been rerun on Living this week, or even the fact that the southern UK is currently sweltering in NYC-like temperatures, but lots and lots of people, friends, family and utter randoms have been asking me this week if I miss New York. … More London vs NYC: a resident’s perspective
Around London, I do tend to try to travel by foot, or bus where possible. This evening, I took a different transport-type. … More London By Boat: Not just for Tourists