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.
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…
…which was all kinds of delicious.
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)…
…ignored the London heatwave by sneaking away to the beach & wandered through a field of wheat…
…and posed up a storm.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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?