A few months ago way back in July during the middle of a heatwave, my friend Gemma invited me out for afternoon tea at Moggerhanger Park. She wrote this amazing blog post on the experience, and because I’m a terrible person who can’t write about things after they’ve recently happened, I’m writing about the whole experience now, in October. Well done Lisa.
A few weeks ago Chris and I were up north visiting family, and meeting our adorable new niece. We took a long weekend break up north, so we had some time to chill out and explore while we were up there. Somewhere we end up always visiting is Durham, a gorgeous city for a walk around and an explore. We usually only pop into Durham for a few hours, but this time we were there for a while and were starting to get a bit hungry. There’s this cute cafe we usually end up at with Chris’s parents, but this time we were looking for something new and different from your usual available chain restaurants, and that’s when we came across The Library.Read more
I’m quite possibly a Hello Kitty super fan. When I went to university my room in my halls was every 6 year old girl’s dream room full of Hello Kitty things, and even know my poor suffering boyfriend has to put up with Hello Kitty cushions taking over our bed. I even adopted two white cat’s that wear bow ties. So when I saw a Hello Kitty pop up cafe was coming to London for 3 months, I knew I had to visit.