20 March 2015

Friday figments and photos

Gadzooks, Friday already? How can this be!? Time is a funny phenomena - some days seem to drip by slower than a London train affected by leaves on the track, and others scream past like a surprise birthday party that ends 5 minutes after it began.

No? Just me?

We've had an adventurous week 't be sure - transport themed coffee dates, spring blossoms, meanders along the Thames, Gothic surprises, beastie hangouts, and beginning a Gin emporium, I mean flavour fusion laboratory. I let you know about the results, promise.

London Transport Museum Adventures of a London Kiwi

Spring Flowers Adventures of a London Kiwi

Orleans House Adventures of a London Kiwi

Strawberry Hill House Adventures of a London Kiwi

Strawberry Hill House Adventures of a London Kiwi

Cat Snoozing Adventures of a London Kiwi

Gin, Mother's Ruin Adventures of a London Kiwi

Oh, and did I mention that I happend to watch the love of my teenage years perform live, outside the BBC? Oh yeah, that.

Ronan Keating playing to support Dermot O'Leary's 24 hour danceathon for Comic Relief.

Ronan Keating playing to support Dermot O'Leary's 24 hour danceathon for Comic Relief.

Swoon.

13 comments :

  1. Spotted Strawberry Hill in there! Sounds like a great week :)

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  2. I love that coffee from the Transport Museum! So London. So sweet.

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  3. That underground coffee pic is brilliant Emma! Looking forward to catching up at Traverse

    Suze | LuxuryColumnist

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  4. Did someone say Gin emporium?! OH HELLO can't wait or this one!

    Lauren xx
    Lauren | The Lifestyle Diaries

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  5. The cat, the cat, the cat! I loooooove that pic I just want to nuzzle the little furry face!

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  6. That coffee looks so delicious I'm tempted to get on a plane to London (I wish!) But really, I love you blog, it is really making me want to travel back to Europe. Being in San Francisco, there's definitely times when I want to get out of the city and travel to more scenic spots!

    Xx, Tiffany | www.sunshinedaydreamphotography.com

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  7. Wasn't it cool! Such a simple idea, beautifully pulled off!

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  8. We popped into Strawberry Hill House, and it was so very pretty - my friend (the antithesis of my culture vulture tendencies) and I adored it!

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  9. It was beautiful Jess - thank you for your recommendation :)

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  10. It was delicious - and tasted fairly good considering! Can't wait to see you!

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