Life after Lockdown… Where to begin? More than ever my family and I were longing for new adventures and to reunite with our beloved London. How we have missed her being alive and kicking! Lockdown has been tought on me. I have missed my mother in Denmark terrible, so when she finally was able to come over – and ready to leave our house after quarantine, it was time to do something fun and exciting to forget about all the worries and be an “out and about” family again
Last week the weather was absolutely amazing! We simply could not wait to get out in our garden and test our new barbecue accessories gifted to us by Napoleon Barbecues. Frenchie has been a fan for a long time – and we bought our …. last year. But now it was time to discover new features – and boy, we were in for a treat! I can not wait to show to the amazing dishes, we have created the last couple of days!
“Mummy… I am booored!”
Everyone must stay at home these days to help stop the spread of the Corona-virus – and that can be quite a challenge for both adults and kids! Clara misses her nursery and her little friends, and I find it hard to entertain her all the time – (especially as she is not really old enough to watch an entire Disney movie or concentrate too long on a single activity)
Need a bit of inspiration this Mother’s Day? Then you have come to the right place!
My mother is one the most important persons in my life – and when she visits me in London, we usually have a day out, where we do something special together. I don’t get to see my mother as often as I would, so it is important for us to have quality time together, when she is visiting from Denmark
It is no secret, that I absolutely love Afternoon Tea! In Denmark “Afternoon tea” is basically just a cup of tea and a biscuit, so when I moved to London 4 years ago, I was overly trilled and excited to find out that Afternoon Tea is so much more in this lovely new city of mine!
I love Thai food! Luckily the London food-scene is quite spectacular when it comes to oriental food. If you are looking for an amazing and authentic dining experience, (with a menu card that has more to offer than a solid green curry!), The Thai Square Restaurant Group is a must visit. Bonus-info: The first Thai Square restaurant opened at The Strand in 1996 and now there are 13 different places to choose from inside and outside London
Last week my best friend from Denmark came to London to visit me. I haven’t seen her in a year, so I was really excited and looking forward to spending a bit of quality time together.
You might not have guessed it… But The Royal Opera House in London is actually a very child-friendly place! I absolutely love taking Clara here – and trust me, you won’t feel alone, when bringing your little one.
How time flies, when you have a little one… Forgive me for having been a bit absent lately, but Clara is taking a lot of my time - and I have also been quite busy judging at The UK Blog Awards 2019. It is not easy finding a winner and a highly commended out of 400...
I think most of you know, that I love my mother very, very much! I don't think, I have met a person with a more beautiful soul ever! When my mother comes to visit from Denmark, we always make sure to have fun and lovely things planned in advance. Sometimes we go to...
I can still remember the first time I had hot pot! I was in Tokyo on a business trip, and I had never heard about this dish before! In Japan hot pot is called Shabu-Shabu - and just like in China and Thailand it is a beautiful, tasty broth containing a variety of East...