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Cafe Du Soleil in Canterbury

Are you looking for a cosy restaurant in Canterbury that serves delicious Mediterranean cuisine? Cafe du Soleil is the place to go!

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Frida’s Belgravia in Bloom

Belgravia in Bloom is taking place this year on the 19th – 22nd May, and this year it is inspired by Frida Kahlo – the Mexican artist who painted portraits, self-portraits and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of…

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Things To Do in Cambridge

Looking for an English city break with plenty of history, architecture and delicious foodie spots? Cambridge is the place to go!

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April 2018: My Month in Photos

I love writing these kinds of posts because it reminds you of just how much you did in a month; which by the looks of it was a lot more than I was expecting!

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Creamy mushroom and prawn pasta

As part of my goals for 2018, I said how I would love to cook more this year, as opposed to just being able to bake novelty cupcakes and sponge cakes (but you can totally live off cakes, right?!).

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Afternoon tea at The Varsity Hotel in Cambridge

To celebrate Mum’s birthday last week, we planned a surprise trip to Cambridge for the day.

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987 Prague Hotel

When it comes to planning a city break, I love spending hours researching the city for things to do, what to see and the best restaurants and bars to visit.

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March 2018: My Month in Photos

So that’s the third month of the year gone – 2018 is FLYING by already!

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What to Eat and Drink in Prague

Prague is infamous for its Christmas markets (and ridiculously cheap food and drink!) so James and I headed to Prague for a last minute Christmas break back in early December.

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February 2018: My Month in Photos

It’s hard to believe we’re almost 3 months into 2018 – where has the time gone? February has been pretty non-existent for me; I’ve spent it working, hibernating and feeling poorly.

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A Day Out in London

Last weekend, James and I headed into London as I planned a few birthday surprises for him. We travelled into central London from Stratford on a super comfy and smooth c2c rail train – it’s the first time I’ve travelled…

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January 2018: My Month in Photos

It’s hard to believe that the first month of 2018 is *almost* over and done with – although I’m glad, because it’s been a dull month and I’ve been hibernating as it’s been almost 6 weeks until pay day!

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