What a week!
It literally peed it down for half of it and I fell out of bed (twice) but to end it in style, my mum came to London. Being in Singapore it was much harder obvs for her to hop on a train and come visit so a couple of hours later she was chilling with a glass of bubbles in her hand with her first and of course most fabulous child (sorry siblings, they are so going to kill me! I’m joking, ok no I’m not really. I really should just stop.).
I thought about doing a weekend in pictures but really you can just check my Instagram page for that, instead I have saved some of the best bits to share with you and to highlight one of the hidden gems of London, my hometown, Greenwich. Continue reading “An Expat At Home in Greenwich, London”
I have been wholeheartedly addicted to Masterchef UK over the last few weeks. I recorded the final because I didn’t want it to end. I figured if I delayed watching it then it wasn’t actually over. Similar to that feeling when you are right at the end of the final episode of the Netflix binge and you think shit what am I going to do with my life after this is finished? Yeah you’re not alone, I hear you.
I even managed to avoid all social media blowing who the winner was. Good work right? It didn’t last long, the world came crashing down as I switched on BBC Breakfast News to be confronted with them congratulating the winner. Sigh. Oh well, time to watch the final.
Close your eyes…
Inhale spices, imagine inventive dishes and each course paired with an exceptionally suggested wine.
Let me present to you exactly that, at Babur, an Indian restaurant in Forest Hill, London.
I am always on the hunt for new places to eat and drink. I have lived in South East London for 8 months now and sometimes I don’t fancy trekking anywhere far. I think it would be pretty nifty to have a handful of my favourite cuisines close by and allow me to explore the area a little more.