Brick Lane is constantly changing. Especially the colourful art decorating the brick walls and shop fronts. You have spotted artwork that you really like and inspires you? You better take a photo now, because next week it might not be there anymore.
It was a sunny Sunday when I got on the train in East Croydon. Destination: Eastbourne. I have been to Hastings, Worthing and Brighton many, many times but not Eastbourne. I had heard that it’s mostly a city for old people, but that doesn’t bother me because it’s Sunday and I’m not looking for a... Continue Reading →
By now everyone and their mum hang out on Brick Lane and due to its popularity it can become quite crowded on weekends. If you want to escape the crowds check out the 6 hidden gems of the East.
In a city like London there’s so much to explore. Hackney Wick has always intrigued me, so I decided to come back armed with my shitty camera & my phone for a photowalk.
Londons Free Film Festivals - a fun, budget-friendly way to watch movies with your friends, be part of your local community, discover new venues in your area or check out what other areas (and their film festivals) have to offer.
You're looking for some new, fabulous clothes? But not looking for the usual boring H&M attire, that your mums best friend is rocking? Then come join me on a (virtual) walk down Brick Lane.
I lived with those 4 guys. There was no common ground. I didn’t care, I just minded my own business, hung out in my room. And then the problems started...
London is one of the most exciting places in the world. In my 4 years living in this city, these 4 things have become my favourites: