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Beyond the flower walls of Elan Cafe, London
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Beyond the Flower Walls of Elan Cafe, London

How many of you see somewhere insanely cute on Instagram and immediately tag all your closest gals, todays shorthand for 'helloooooo, when are we going here please?!' A few places I can think of that I'll hold my hands up and say I visited because it looked nice on Instagram include...the Great British Cupcakery (before the revamp, but it's even cuter now), Tonight Jo[...]

Selfridges Rocks Christmas
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Selfridges Rocks their Christmas Window!

The World Travel Market trade show and conference held in London every year always falls on the week in November when stores reveal their Christmas displays, and the Oxford Street lights get switched on. This year was no different and on my free evening I went along to see it. Personally, I'm not a fan of the rather commercial looking Oxford Street lights this year, o[...]

Peggy Porschen Cakes, London
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A Short but Sweet Visit to Peggy Porschen Cakes

Some of my favourite places in the world are pink. The Beverly Hills Hotel, the inside of Laduree at Easter, the gardens of Paris in spring, any Notting Hill side street, and a few I'm yet to visit including Sketch in London, the Paul Smith wall in LA and Pink Lake in Australia. The latest pink establishment I had the absolute pleasure to visit was Peggy Porschen Cake[...]

Visiting London
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Why I Won’t Stop Visiting London

I flipping love a good trip to our capital city. Not just for that constant feeling of patriotism it evokes but for all the shops to shop, food places to try, events to attend, views to see...literally the list is endless. I've always said I could never live there, some people are cut out for it, I am definitely not. One thing is for absolute certain though, I will ne[...]

King's Road, Chelsea
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What Not To Miss Along King’s Road, Chelsea

After my jaunt through Hyde Park last weekend, I realised the selfie exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery wasn't far away, so I kept going until I found it. Also realising I was in the heart of Chelsea, I made a mental note that after I'd explored the world of selfies, I'd take a stroll along King's Road too. King's Road was named as it was once only used by Royals[...]