Latte Art Course – Is It Worth It? [Jan 2018]

 

Coffee addicts listen up. We all agree that instagramming pretty lattes will always be a trend right? Why not practice in the comfort of your own home. If you’re confident you probably can master the art on YouTube, but lets be honest.. they make it look so easy. The best way to perfect it is having a pro barista train you in person. Check out baristabarbar.co.uk.

After three jugs of milk and plenty of spills. Here’s my frustrating but fun experience on the latte art course…

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Lumiere London [Jan 2018]

 

The UK’s largest light festival is back! It took place between 18th – 21st January (Thursday – Sunday). Following the success of the first edition in 2016, Lumiere London has expanded to newer locations: King’s Cross, Fitzrovia, Mayfair, London’s West End, Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Victoria, South Bank and Waterloo.

Here are some pictures I took on that night…

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Food & Drink at Amsterdam’s Christmas Market [Dec 2017]

Why winter is the best season? Cosy fire place, red wine and listening to Frank Sinatra. During Christmas I hibernate most of the time. However last season was special.. I was in Amsterdam. Mostly for the Christmas Markets but now it has become more than that. Hot Chocolate Spoons, Malibu Apple Mulled Wine, Pulled Pork Cheeseburger. All these things I don’t see back in London. Here’s why I think you foodie lovers should visit Amsterdam’s Christmas Markets.

If the writing doesn’t convince you I believe the pictures will…

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Three Nights In Rome [Aug 2017]

“When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do.” Where else would you want to spend your weekend break? Rome is Italy’s most thriving tourist spot and for good reason. The city is rich in art, history, ruins and architecture. The food and wine should not be questioned since the true potential of Italian food has to be eaten in the country. The people are downright friendly and very welcoming when meeting new people. Of course we cannot forget The Vatican City which is the smallest country in the world and houses the famous ‘The Creation of Adam’ by Michelangelo.

Here’s what I got up to…

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