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Applied Linguistics graduate, marketing type and writer. Hobbies include the arts, writing, tea and sarcasm. Follow me at

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My WeekendNotes - 32
I wasn't really sure about the Kings Arms at first- it seemed too loud and bright for my taste. However after passing ap... [more]
Dinner at The Barbary is a unique dining experience. 24 non- bookable seats surround the bar, whilst the food is cooked ... [more]
Baby its cold outside, but London is still able to entice visitors into the dark night with its selection of Christmas l... [more]
There is nothing that I love more than an old-fashioned London pub. The Woodins Shades is a fine example. We came across... [more]
If December has taken its toll on your wallet and you are looking for something to lighten up the dark winter nights, th... [more]
16/01/2018 - 27/01/2018
Kahve Dunyasi is on one of the busiest streets in London, but it is so well hidden you are hardly likely to notice it. Y... [more]
Sacred Café is one of those places I wasn't aware of until I stumbled upon it one day, desperately needing a hot drink a... [more]
Located halfway between the Tower of London and London Bridge and hidden away on a secluded side street, St. Dunst... [more]
The Cock Tavern is one of those places that you could easily walk past and not notice. But driven by hunger pangs and a ... [more]
Dean Street is fast becoming the go-to location for places to eat in London. Situated along this street are an assortmen... [more]
In order to visit the Kitty Café, you need to either book online or if you are lucky, turn up and walk in. It is advisab... [more]
Last year, as part of a challenge for the RNLI, I attempted to drink only water for 28 days. I figured that I could surv... [more]
It is easy, when glancing down Portland Street, to overlook The George. After all, it looks like a fairly unassuming pub... [more]
Memphis is an exuberant, new and very glitzy musical that exploded onto the West End Stage in 2014. It is loosely based ... [more]
It may be best to come to Camden Rocks with a plan or at least spend some time at the start planning out what you are go... [more]
Vantra Vitao is a vegan restaurant, based along the Tottenham Court road side of Oxford Street. It officially launched i... [more]
Frozen yoghurt bars appear to be all the range now, with one popping up on virtually every street corner. They are favou... [more]
Chinatown can be compared to an intriguing selection box of eateries, which at some points can overwhelm those who wand... [more]
Vietnamese Restaurant is probably one of the most uninspired names for a restaurant that you could find in London. It do... [more]
Pay a trip this weekend to the Natural History museum. No, no that Natural History Museum, the one in Tring. If y... [more]
Gow's in Liverpool Street is ideally situated to duck into after a hard day in the office. As you approach Liverpool Str... [more]
Wandering through Canada Square in search of a meal, we came across Canteen. It was a cold evening and, not wanting ... [more]
St. Stephen's Tavern is ideally located just across the road from the House of Parliament. It was, of course, packed wit... [more]
After the end of the 2012 London Olympics, an often asked question was: what will become of the sites used in the Olympi... [more]
The London Underground has been running since 1863 and the Tube is now as much a part of London as its landmarks. Of ... [more]
Situated across the road from the Houses of Parliament, the Red Lion pub is perfectly located for a quick drink or a bit... [more]
From the outside, the Shakespeare pub appears warm and comforting. It looks like a traditional British pub, even using t... [more]
The West End stage seems to be deluged with musical adaptations of popular films recently. From Dirty Dancing to The... [more]
09/05/2012 - 27/04/2013
If you wander down to the corner of Leicester Square, London, you will come across a riot of colour, fun and masses of p... [more]
Ah Soho. There is nothing quite like it in the world, with its narrow streets and vibrant array of bars and restaurants.... [more]
Sometimes you can get fed up visiting the same old places. The usual museums and tourist traps can get a bit tiresome.... [more]
Not having had much experience with Vietnamese food before, when I was offered the opportunity to visit Tay Do Café in K... [more]