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30 things you didn’t know about the filming of the Harry Potter films

30 things you didn’t know about the filming of the Harry Potter films

About mapping Hogwarts…  À propos de la création de Poudlard…   About no. 4 Privet Drive… À propos du no.…

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SEALIFE London Aquarium, The Mesmerising Life Under The Sea

SEALIFE London Aquarium, The Mesmerising Life Under The Sea

‘Ariel, listen to me. The human world, it’s a mess. Life under the sea is better than anything they’ve got…

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Quick Guide of a Relaxing Spring Weekend in London

Quick Guide of a Relaxing Spring Weekend in London

Porridge, tea, chocolate, and spring blossoms – I could sum up my mini guidebook of a lazy weekend in springtime London to this.

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My Perfect One-Day Trip To Windsor In Springtime

My Perfect One-Day Trip To Windsor In Springtime

9:30 am • It’s Saturday morning and I am en route to grab my train at Stratford International Station to Windsor…

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Saturday Brunch, Bloggers’ Market & London Stroll

Saturday Brunch, Bloggers’ Market & London Stroll

London doesn’t often grant us with sunny and warm days, but I suppose this weekend was an exception. The sun…

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a day in Windsor ♡ cutest place. cutest car. cutest bestie.

a day in Windsor ♡ cutest place. cutest car. cutest bestie.

Last weekend, I was in Windsor (westwards right outside London) and absolutely fell in love with this place. It is the cutest little town I’ve been to so far, somewhere that gave me the impression to walk past hundreds of life-size dollhouses, giving this crown jewel a magical feel.

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A day in Cambridge

A day in Cambridge

Walking down some tiny streets bordered by cute English country houses, crossing paths with happy dogs, visiting Harry Potter-like colleges, and marvelling in front of hundreds of beautiful purple flowers and the magical warmth of the first sun rays… spring was blooming in front of my very eyes this Saturday in Cambridge

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Bastille celebrations at Borough Market

Bastille celebrations at Borough Market

Red and white wine as well as Rosé, Prosecco champaigne, croissants, pains au chocolat, pains aux raisins, lemon tarts, canelés…

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Rock’n’Roll in Wonderland at God’s Own Junkyard

Rock’n’Roll in Wonderland at God’s Own Junkyard

Who could possibly think that a few blocks down a dead end road in Walthamstow, after walking by a couple…

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Everyone needs a place to think.

Everyone needs a place to think.

It was September… I was 16… My parents had divorced, my mother had left us all, and my dad had…

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Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

In midst of the current turmoil affecting the world, I find that winter possesses a certain kind of magic. While most…

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Nuit étoilée

Nuit étoilée

For the first time tonight since I first came to live in London, I heard the birds sing. Sweet baby birds…

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Norwegian Trafalgar Square

Norwegian Trafalgar Square

As I’m going back in time tonight in Christmassy London, I think of this beautiful gigantic Norwegian Christmas Tree taking…

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Bond Street

Bond Street

I find nothing more fascinating and mesmerising than looking through the lens of a camera. It’s watching the world the way…

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Lumière London

Lumière London

I spent Sunday running pretty much everywhere and trying to tick all the boxes of my to-do list. But the…

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Soho chante Noël

Soho chante Noël

For want of a proper Christmas playlist, we’ll have to let these photos of cheering and Christmassy Soho whistle their…

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