With the current mild weather it’s hard to believe that little over a week ago London’s streets were covered in blankets of fresh, white snow.
It’s been around nine months since I visited the Kew Gardens but as we’re heading into spring again, I thought I’d go ahead and post some pretty pictures of flowers and birds and bees and all those spring things to welcome the forthcoming season. Continue reading “Back to Nature: Exploring Kew Gardens”
I have recently started a photography course, in the hopes of improving both my blog and travel photography but also to help justify an expensive upgrade to a DSLR. Each week we are given homework assignments and I can honestly say, I’ve never enjoyed homework so much! Continue reading “Back to Nature: Cheeky London Squirrels”
A love of nature is often synonymous with the vegetarian lifestyle; we vegos tend to share a passion for animals, enjoyment in being in the great outdoors, and a respect for the natural world around us. Continue reading “Back to Nature: Exploring The Isabella Plantation”
When living in London – or any city for that matter – it’s easy to take it for granted. I have been guilty of falling into that trap and far too often when people ask me what I did at the weekend, I have found myself answering, “Oh, nothing much”. Nothing much?! It’s London, for goodness sake! Continue reading “London Wetland Centre – A City Oasis”
Yesterday proved autumn really has arrived in London with its cool, crisp air and bright sunshine. My favourite kind of weather! On days like this, I like to spend my time outdoors, so a friend and I headed to the Duke of York Square Market. Continue reading “The Delights of Duke of York Square’s Food Market”
With London finally getting into the Olympic spirit and events and excitement happening all over the city, I decided to make the most of my Sunday by heading down to the Southbank. Continue reading “Food Markets on a Sunday”