A lazy Sunday guide to Hoxton/Shoreditch

Everyone knows that Hoxton/Shoreditch is a hotspot not only for tourists but for Londoners also, and that is simply because there’s so much to do in so little time; from coffee shops, to markets, to brunch spots there’s something for everyone. Here’s a guide to some my favourite hotspots in Hoxton/Shoreditch! Continue reading “A lazy Sunday guide to Hoxton/Shoreditch”

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My favorite things about 2016 – London edition

2016 has been a year of loss and surprises and I know a lot of people are excited for the year to come to an end, I mean Trump became president, we lost music legends like Bowie, Price, and Lenard Cohen, we lost Carrie Fisher *insert crying emoji* the galaxy will never be the same without Princess Leia, and so many more great and inspirational people; now I could sit here and dwell on all the negative or I could take the time to appreciate my life in London, I’m going to go with appreciate my time in London. 2016 has been a crazy year for me but in all that craziness I fell more in love with London and all it has to offer.  Continue reading “My favorite things about 2016 – London edition”

Caffeine Fix – Volume II

London might be the capital of England but in my opinion it is also the capital of coffee shops, now I know a lot of people would disagree but those are the same people who haven’t lived in London very long. Once you live in London and experienced the coffee scene there’s no going back I tell you! What I love most about the independent coffee shops is none of them are the same, they all have their own special charm and that’s reason why they’re so many amazing ones in London. You could go to a different coffee shop everyday and it would take you years to cross each one of your coffee bucket list.

Here are some of my favorite London coffee shops Continue reading “Caffeine Fix – Volume II”