Aladdin was my favourite Disney film growing up. When I was four years old, I had an Aladdin-themed room, blue Jasmine pyjamas, gold Jasmine shoes, and I even had an Aladdin-themed birthday, cake and all. It’s safe to say that I was obsessed with the movie and was absolutely thrilled when I found out the
Royal Ascot is Britain’s most revered annual horse race that attracts some of the world’s best race horses to compete for more than £6.58 million in prize money. It dates back to 1711, when Queen Anne saw the potential for a racecourse at Ascot and a few months later, the first-ever horse race was held in
Taste of London is my all-time favourite food and drink festival in London. Every June, Regent’s Park transforms itself into food and drink wonderland for five days, featuring several of London’s top notch restaurants and bars. There is also masterclasses, cooking classes, craft beer tastings, wine pairings, tons of food sampling and it’s an ideal
When life gets stressful and tense, sometimes there’s nothing better than to switch off and treat yourself to a day of relaxation. Last week, I headed over to Thai Square Spa in Trafalgar Square for a morning of some much-needed R&R.
Ciaran and I have a new Sunday ritual where we go for a run from our flat in Clapham all the way down to the London Eye and grab a coffee by the river or some street food from the Southbank Centre Food Market and relax in the sun. It’s a really beautiful run past
Borough Market is one of the most famous attractions in London. When I first visited nearly 4 years ago, I was in awe of the all of the traders and magnificent food. Back then, the market was only open on Fridays and Saturdays. A lot has changed over the past few years and Borough Market
Last Sunday, Ciaran and I headed to Wembley Stadium to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs as they blitzed the Detroit Lions in the NFL International Series. When I found out the Chiefs were coming to London this time last year, I was super excited that I’d get to see my hometown team play over
I had wanted to visit the Serpentine Pavilion all summer long and somehow time just escaped us this year. With only a week left to visit the psychedelic exhibit, we decided to spend the beautiful Sunday in Kensington Gardens enjoying the sunshine and some colourful art…
On Saturday morning, some 40 minutes before the sun rose (and not quite 3 hours after I went to sleep), I was up, showered and in a cab on my way to Billingsgate Fish Market near Canary Wharf for a morning of cooking and wine tasting with Muscadet Wines from the Loire Valley in France.