Our second day in Croatia, we booked a 5 island hopping tour on a speedboat. Our destinations, the Blue Cave, Stiniva Cove, the Green Cave, Palmižana Bay and Hvar! It’s amazing what you deem important by how early you’re willing to actually wake up; I
lie in and miss struggle to wake up for my 9am lectures, but I’ll happily jump out of bed at 6am for a speedboat adventure! We packed some watermelon slices as some snacks for the journey popped into the local shop to pick up some lunch. We met our tour guide on The Riva, along with the other group members of this exciting tour, and walked along the bank to our very own speedboat. Read More »
The view from our apartment!
Long ago, in a time, far, far away, Aashfaria and her companions journeyed to the sun filled, brilliant depths of the Adriatic coast. In a time long forgotten, August 2016, they arrived in Split, Croatia.
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January sales are the best aren’t they. After unwrapping all the glitter and sparkle of well received gifts, and indulging in decadent and delicious food during the Christmas/New Year period,Read More »
Ever wanted to play crazy golf with a cocktail in hand, the best music to putt to and an artisan meal waiting for you afterwards? Well then head over to Swingers right near the foot of the Gherkin, the only permanent crazy golf venue in London to do so!Read More »
Oh I do love London at Christmas, the festive season just makes London feel warm and cozy, with cups of mulled wine cocooned in snug mittens, the delicious aroma of steaming, cinnamon dusted churros and all that magical sparkle – or you know, it’s all those light-polluting fairy lights on every single corner – ooohh but the sparkle!Read More »
Photo taken by Naïké Kaboré
As you walk around the corner from the Palace Theatre – home of the new, coveted play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – onto Greek Street, you may notice a building that seems to be out of place. It’s a narrow and rickety building that you’d expect to find, on Diagon Alley. That is of course, if you’re a “Potterhead” such as myself. However, even if you’re not, it’s a building filled with four floors of beautiful design, artwork and of course, magic. House of MinaLima is a new pop up store, showcasing 15 years of the graphic art from the Harry Potter films as well as unique works by MinaLima Design.Read More »
Have you ever wanted to play on a see saw that sings and illuminates? No? Well you will now! As part of the Pause and Play Series taking place in London this year, bring out your inner kid and check out the Impulse exhibition in Leicester Square Gardens.
First launched in Montreal, the seesaws play different chimes once in motion as well as lighting up. Up to four people can play on one seesaw, it’s great fun and makes for the perfect photo for those Instagram enthusiasts! You need be quick though as the exhibition closes Thursday 27th October. Show the kids how it’s done and get there quick!
With special thanks to Naïké Kaboré for the beautiful photos, check out her amazing photography blog here.
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