London’s best coffee shops

Bea's of Bloomsbury

Exploring the city, delving into new cultures and meeting new people are just a few exciting things to look forward to when you go travelling. But if you’re a foodie like me, then you’re probably looking forward to trying and tasting new and exciting dishes. In India, you can tickle your taste-buds with spicy curries, […]

5 Top Diamond-inspired travel destinations

Happy #TravelTuesday folks! It’s the month of June.. and this month is particularly special because it is Ciki’s Birthday month! I believe that if there is any one time in the year when a girl should splurge on herself, it should be on her birthday. So, if I wanted to travel for my birthday and […]

St. John @ St. John Street, London

For St. John, we took the Circle line to Farringdon. We exited the station bearing left and crossed over Turnmill Street on to Cowcross Street which took us to the junction of St. John Street. At the junction at Smithfield Market, we turned left and walk along St. John Street for around 50 yards or […]

Camden Lock & Pier 1 Fish n Chips, London

Ciki has Hunger! bridge over the canal Camden Lock Market ! Established in 1975 this was the market which started the phenomenon that now draws more than 150,000 a week to the Camden Town markets. To find Camden Lock Market walk up Camden High Street from Camden Town station until you see this building. The […]

Trafalgar square, Carnaby, Oxford Circus & Bayswater Duck, London

Here are some interesting things I saw, from the walk all the way from my hotel (on Kensington) to Oxford Circus..  Considering the amount I ate on this trip, I had to find every excuse to exercise!  Later that night, dinner of scrumptious duck, in Bayswater. Cute – slogan .. I wish someone would save […]

Covent Garden, Tuttons & Kidrobot – London

Covent Garden, London is famous for its shops, street performers, bars, restaurants, theatres and the Royal Opera House. There was a massive reindeer outside the piazza this time when we got there, early in the morning. Reindeer and Bobby. Covent garden looks like an Italian-style piazza packed with restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques. Suffering from […]

Marcus Wareing @ The Berkeley, London

I’ve heard so much about London’s finest dining, glitz and glamour. Even though I tried to book the Fat Duck, 8 weeks in advance to my London trip, a voice on the other end of the phone said ” We take reservations up to 2 months in advance, but we are fully booked for the […]

London – Marriot Kensington, Harrods, Harvey Nichols .

Liquid History! Touchdown London.. but not before I witnessed a spectacular sunrise .. The River Thames has served several roles in human history-  an economic resource, a water highway, a boundary, a fresh water source, also a source of food.. I was just happy to see it after a 12 hour flight. Omnia Omnibus Ubique […]

Off to London

Some really cool shots in my P.C. – hanging out with the gang including Aly of Aly’s Wonderland, and Bangsar Babe and the place we met Eiling and Sixthseal,  that didn’t get posted .. due to unforeseen circumstances. However, the shots are just too good to miss out on posting, so, this is just a […]

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