Good bye 2013, Hello 2014.

As you read this, New Zealand is already embracing the new year of 2014. Here in the UK we are planning how to welcome it in, getting into our glad rags (in after the last two we experienced – 2013 on the Southbank, and 2012 drinking celebratory Sake in Japan – I’ll probably settle for fluffy PJs this year) and thoughts are beginning to turn to the new dawn.

 

London, New Years Day 2013 

 

Both personally and blog ‘professionally’, it’s been a wonderful year.

 

Kyoto, New Year’s Day 2012

The top 13 posts of 2013 (I did 12 last year… see where I’m going with this?) The first six are chosen by you, my lovely readers, and include a few great surprises…

 

#6 Waitangi Day Circle Line Pub Crawl

 

#5 Fish (Fingers and) Custard – Doctor Who Foodie-In-Training

#4 Trafalgar Square, an unusual measure of London

 

#3 What to do with a River in your basement: The lost Tyburn River

 

#2 Tower Hotel Brasserie – Restaurant Review

 

#1 Meeting a Celeb: A Street Cat called Bob

 

 

  

… the posts I enjoyed writing the most…

   

#6 Just say yes.

 

#5 A Kiwi Christmas in London – the NZ Society

#4 19 Gorgeous Covent Garden Afternoon Tea Blates

 

#3 Pizza, yellow cabs, an old new friend, and a new friend. New York.

 

#2 Ceremony of the Keys; Tower of London

 

#1 Off to Paris for Lunch, as you do!

 

…and a little bonus of a post by my other half and partner in crime; The Anglo-Kiwi Experience – The other side of the Expat story. I’ve also had some wonderful guest posts and guest post-ers.

 

Thank you.

 

Blogging for me this year can be summed up in the word community. 2013 has been a year of afternoon teas, Tweetups, discovering there are more nooks and crannies of London than even I thought were possible, many many cups of tea, cooking, baking, brunching and some really wonderful new friends, blog and otherwise. So many more things never made it to being blogged, but that’s life, hey?

 

 

 

Here’s to 2014 – may it be wonderful for you! 


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