The V&A Captures the Importance of the Ballgown in Britain

From McQueen to McCartney, British glamour goes on display You will find, at the centre of the newly redesigned Gallery 40, a collection of more…

A Day at the Polo

Jetzen came to visit all the way from Canada, via Las Vegas, and on the Saturday we attended a Polo match! Lucky me, another item…

A Vintage Bike Ride to Hampton Court

Some people build their lives around their love of physical activity. They spend their mornings running through the park and their weekends hiking through scenic…

The UK Visa Bucket List

It appears that this living-in-London business may actually come to a close one day. I’ve done so much, and am quite proud of my once-shy…

Another Canada Day in London

It feels really weird to be writing about this event for the second time from London. Samantha and I popped down to Trafalgar Square on…

London’s Primrose Hill

I finally went to Primrose Hill in North London. It was lovely. So lovely, in fact, that there were tons of children running around and…

Rainy Wales

The first weekend in June was the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebration. There were parades and boats and everyone had two days off. You have to…

The Diamond Jubilee

The week before the Jubilee events in June, I was working at our Westminster office. It was interesting to see all the road prep that…

A Day in the Cotswolds

I remember feeling stagnant when I was back home. Not that I didn’t love being home or at University, but I always felt like I…

The Starbucks Banana Loaf Letdown

Okay so, it’s monumental but not. There’s a Starbucks close to where I work, and it happens to be in a large National Rail station.…