A day in London 1/

London has so many things to offer and it can be quite overwhelming to decide how one should spend a day. I do one day trips to London rather often so I decided to write up some options you have when planning a day in the big city. Once upon a time, on a Saturday: Camden Market – Vagina Museum Gays the Word – Independent Bookshop Fleabag’s Guinea Pig Cafe at Waterstones, Piccadilly Circus Grab some lunch from Whole Foods Carnaby Street Christmas Lights Picturehouse Central Cinema – Last christmas Pergola Paddington Covent Garden Christmas Lights For all the pictures … Continue reading A day in London 1/

Pergola Paddington

For evening drinks, I chose the newly opened Pergola at Paddington. I read some good reviews and the pictures on Google looked quite promising but unfortunately it was disappointing. The place looks rather posh and cute on the pictures but it is actually quite a simple setup with not much of a fuzz around the drinks or the service. The complementary drink was one of the worst things I’ve ever tasted and the rest of our order was okay but definitely expensive. The food court is all right, but small portions and – just like with the drinks – higher … Continue reading Pergola Paddington

How to stand up for our environment and for our planet

My peculiar journey on an uncharted territory – Step 2 The first part of this writing can be found here and its about the first steps of how to make a household more environment friendly. As 2020 is upon us, I set up some goals on how to continue supporting the environment and reducing the harm we cause. Love your High Street, buy locally, support your community. Reduce Single Use Plastic Support Independent bookshops, Charity Shops Reduce meat consumption 1. Support Independent bookshops, Charity Shops Shopping in charity shops is a more environmentally and socially responsible choice. By selling second … Continue reading How to stand up for our environment and for our planet

Little Women

“Women have minds and they have souls just as well as just hearts, and they’ve got ambition and they’ve got talent as well as just beauty, and I am so so sick of people saying that – that love is just all a woman is fit for. I’m so sick of it. But I’m so lonely.” Saoirse Ronan as Jo March, Little Women (2019) dir. Greta Gerwig Little Women is a novel by American author Louisa May Alcott and it’s set in the years after the Civil War. The cast includes Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Saoirse Ronan, Eliza Scanlen, Laura … Continue reading Little Women