New pop-up alert: Magnum Pleasure Store

Remember that time I walked through a doughnut hole? Well, I decided to take it one step further and this time, I entered into an ice-cream paradise. Here’s that story.

I always make it a point to keep an eye out for cool pop-ups. There’s always something cool going on in London and now that it’s summertime, I knew there […]

Summer Pop-Up at Regent Street

Now that it’s summer, Regent Street welcomes back its annual event, Summer Streets. This festival takes place on four Sundays across the month of July, August and September (check the website for more info). The traffic is stopped, pedestrianising the entire road from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus, transforming the street into a carnival-like festival with events, experiences, street food […]

How to Save Money on London Transport

Most of us get around London using the efficient Transport for London (TfL) network. But, as most of you may be aware of, the TfL has a lot to offer for students living in London in order to make travel in London more affordable.

I am going to mention the top tips that could help you save a handsome amount […]

My Visit to Cadbury World: A Chocolate Dream

In the outskirts of Birmingham, nestled among pretty buildings and scenic greenery, is a small town called Bournville where the Cadbury family set up operations many years ago. The town now houses ‘Cadbury World’, a chocolatey attraction run by the Cadbury company themselves.

Being somewhat of a chocolate connoisseur and an expert on day trips (haha!), I decided to schedule […]

Debunking LSE Exam Myths

Are you an incoming student at LSE? Or are you getting ready for summer school at LSE? Whatever the case, I’m sure you have some concerns regarding the dreaded ‘LSE Exams’. I must say before I joined and even after I did, I heard so many stories about how LSE Exams are the worst that in my mind I […]

July 24th, 2019|Featured, LSE|0 Comments|
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    Afternoon Tea Experiences in London – what’s all the fuss about?

Afternoon Tea Experiences in London – what’s all the fuss about?

I have never been much of a tea person, or a hot drink personal in general. Of course, this is surprising to anyone in England as the British are known for their afternoon tea. I never ventured into trying one until a friend surprised me with one for my birthday.

To give you an insight into how a classic afternoon tea […]

You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy gelato!

Follow my guide to some of the best gelaterias in town! 


1. Amorino, Garrick St, WC2E

An artisanal gelato maker, Amorino has a number of branches in London with the closest being a 10-minute walk from LSE at Covent Garden. With a unique concept of the pretty Amorino rose, they put together as many flavours as you want in a cone […]

My definitive guide to Londons drool-worthy desserts!

London is home to some of the best dessert shops in the world. Follow this guide to my favourite sweet shops that are equal parts delicious and Instagram-able!

1. Dominique Ansel Bakery, Belgravia, SW1W

If you’re a lover of pastries, baked goods and desserts, a visit to Dominique Ansel’s only bakery in Europe is a must. Awarded as the world’s best pastry […]

5 must-do’s in Cambridge

Have you ever had those days where you’re tired of the city and want to explore a new place? I went through such a phase on the 4th of June. The place I chose to go? Cambridge!

I went online to check ticket prices. It was £28. However, if I were to control the urge to embark on an adventure […]

A Homage to Greek Food in Athens

I hopped on a plane to Greece not long after my Summer exams ended and Greek food might just be my favourite European cuisine. This is my list of favourite Greek dishes and the best places to get them when in the capital.

1) O Kostas – Best Souvlaki 

Top of the list: O Kostas. If I recall correctly, this glorious […]

June 25th, 2019|Featured, Travel|0 Comments|

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