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Best Colours for a Tropical Getaway

Not so long ago(two weeks) I hopped on a short but sweet cruise trip around south China and Vietnam.  Being the first ever cruise experience for both me and the brand new Genting dream cruise liner,  we had a lot of exploring to do. An unparalleled panoramic ocean view breakfast, stylish tents a …

Colourful Knits

Brown can be a tricky colour to wear. Not that it applies to these too-cute-I’m-gonna-die ponies. They pull of their fluffy brown coat just fine. But when it comes to wearing brown, not camel, not beige, but proper dark brown, some extra thoughts need to be put in to consider how to wear the col …

All-Year Wardrobe

In October, we took hubby’s family to a lovely cottage in Wales for a relaxing country break. I found the perfect little place searching on a website called Sugar and Loaf . I’ve never come across this website before. But if I was ever to look for a countryside vacation, be it a galmping experie …

Kiyomizu Temple & A City for Its People

There are days, when the second you wake up and you just have the best feeling about them. The blue sky looks promising, you’ve no particular plan for the day. But you just know everything you see will look beautiful and everyone you meet will be nice and funny. This was one of those days right …

Arashiyama Boats to Sanjo Roads

I live in London, and I love the city for a well balanced city scape with a mixture of busy streets and serene parks and greens. And to me, any city that’s great to live in needs a good blend of things. Especially when it comes to what various locations have to offer. A short trip(20-30 mins by …

From London to Kyoto

Two and a half years ago, Paul Smith’s exhibition opened in Design Museum in London. Somehow I missed it just at my doorstep(doesn’t it always happen? Thinking you can always go whenever you want, and you just never do). So this time when I realised it was on during my stay in Kyoto, I couldn’t …

Eastbound

In the beginning of June, the whole family took a trip to Kyoto, Japan, for one month. I was the one particularly excited, because the last trip to Kyoto(which you need to read about here, here, here and here) completely blew my mind and had me rethinking about my life and values. Yes, that’s ho …

Getting Comfy at the Wiggly Tin & Arundel Castle and Garden

By the third day on the camping site, the flu finally caught up with me. And I was so thankful of the blanket that I’d brought, the country fresh air, and the sweet, cool supply of country water. And then of course, the fact that I was out there on the site, which kept me more up and active than …

Best Camping Recipe to Try (One of Them At Least)

     By the last evening of our glamping experience, I felt absolutely adapted. Watching over fire, checking up on food supply and freshness, hottubing in the woods, and topping up the water level…I felt I could absolutely live as a full-time glamper! And also by this time, fashion kind …

Switching Off – Glamping in Hampshire

Woken up by the chirping birds from the warmth of my duvet and the trusty little wood burning fire stove, a breathe of cold & crisp morning air never felt so good.

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