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If we were having coffee…the London heatwave edition

In London it’s been hot. We’ve been teased mercilessly that it’s not that hot, but trust me, during a London heatwave, being in the city is not the place to be in 35°C+ temperatures. It feels more like the surface of the sun: the concrete edit. So, if we were having coffee right now, it would be an Affogato served with a few generous scoops of rich vanilla ice cream.

Adventures of a London Kiwi July has been filled with some lovely, lovely moments.

I’d firstly probably regale you with tales of a girly trip I took to Prague with my Texan friend Tammy… 

Adventures of a London Kiwi

…which was all kinds of delicious.

Adventures of a London Kiwi

I’ve been to some of the most joy-filled weddings I’ve ever had the pleasure to attend (and worked in some beautiful, remote locations)…

Adventures of a London Kiwi

Adventures of a London Kiwi

…ignored the London heatwave by sneaking away to the beach & wandered through a field of wheat…

Adventures of a London Kiwi

…and posed up a storm. 

Adventures of a London Kiwi

I’ve eaten Kiwi pies with incredible views over the London skyline, read a plethora of books and given myself a much-needed break from social media (bar looking after my client accounts). Oh, and I revealed my travel superpowers.

The world didn’t end, so clearly I’m not going to be the next Clark Kent. Or Wonderwoman. 

Adventures of a London Kiwi

I slipped up to the Ivy Chelsea Garden for the delectable Broken Clock Vodka launch (where we got to make terrariums) and nibbled more than a handful of tasty canapes. The best possible place to be during the London heatwave.

Adventures of a London Kiwi

I enjoyed a leisurely lunch during with the ladies at 108 Brasserie in the Marylebone Hotel, and an epic Mumbai brunch at the beautiful Bombay Bustle.

Adventures of a London Kiwi

We also had one last brunch at the delectable Providores Restaurant & Tapas Bar down in Marylebone. It’s the end of an institution – but I’m excited to see what Peter Gordan gets up to next…

Adventures of a London Kiwi

I’ve been inspired this month by some awesome blog posts – Monica’s dreamy trip to Montenegro, become thirsty reading Binny’s best bars in London, and tried to scheme a way to go to all of Angie’s Babymoon location suggestions.

If we were having coffee, what would you tell me about?

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