• Pitzhanger Manor 01: Anish Kapoor meets Sir John Soane

    Sir John Soane’s Townhouse Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields is one of the …

  • Fruity Bananito Oat Porridge for Breakfast

    Who else indulged way too much over Christmas and New Year holidays? For 2019, I started …

  • Camel Coat and Camisole Top

    Camel coat is a classic staple for Autumn/Winter wardrobe.  I love how the …

  • Good Hair Day

    Who else have trouble with styling their frizzy hair, apart from me? Although I often …

  • Sulwhasoo: The Best Korean Natural Anti-Aging  Skincare Regime

    One of the highlights of visiting South Korea was definitely to try out their skincare …

  • Seoul Story 01: HANBOK & HANGWA

    Seoul Story 01: HANBOK & HANGWA

    What charmed me most about my time in South Korea is its proud promotion of age-old traditions and culture that lives side-by-side harmoniously with the ultra-westernised popular culture or Hallyu wave.  South Korea is one of the very few countries…

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    Verona Story 02: A City of Balconies and Endless Stairs

    Verona Story 02: A City of Balconies and …

    “In a labyrinth, one does not lose oneself; In a labyrinth, one finds oneself. In a labyrinth, one does not encounter a Minotaur; In a labyrinth, one encounters oneself.” – Unknown Although it was Casa Di Giulietta that brought me…

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    Verona Story 01: Letters To Juliet at Casa Di Giulietta

    Verona Story 01: Letters To Juliet at Casa …

    “Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs.” – William Shakespeare The first time I was introduced to a town called Verona was from reading the famous Shakespeare’s play “Romeo & Juliet” in an English Literature GCSE class. …

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    Vienna Journal 03: 24 Hours in Vienna. What to do, What to see and Where to eat

    Vienna Journal 03: 24 Hours in Vienna. What to …

    “The streets of Vienna are paved with culture, the streets of other cities with asphalt” – Karl Kraus   This is how Karl Kraus described Vienna in one sentence and it is probably the most appropriate statement to describe this…

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    CHESTER STORY 03 : Deva Victrix

    CHESTER STORY 03 : Deva Victrix

    The remains of the largest Roman Amphitheatre for civilians and nearby public Bath House were another interesting historical sites to visit when in Chester. The amphitheatre was built in the 1st Century with capacity of 8,000-10,000 seating, was the largest…

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