Yesterday, Frenchie and I went to The Barbican Centre in London. I have never been here before, so I was quite curious to see, what this well-know performing arts centre in the city of London was all about
If you haven’t noticed already, I am quite obsessed with food! And luckily London is the city of opportunities, when it comes to international cuisine experiences
Christmas came early this year… Our little miracle is almost 12 weeks old and wiggling in my womb as we speak! Frenchie and I could not be more excited – and I am already completely in love with my little princess! So what better way to celebrate this beautiful new chapter in our lives, than to go out and enjoy London in preparation for Christmas?
Have you ever dined in the skies? With wind blowing in your hair, birds and airplanes flying just above your head, but even better – a prime view of your beloved city! Well, I have – and let me tell you it was quite an experience!
This is a bit of an unusual article for me to write! Most of my posts are about London! I love my city – I actually love my city so much, that I would be very sad if anything changed at all here… And changes are exactly what this post about, because wherever you are located, things might soon look very, very different!
Projection mapping is certainly on trend right now, and looking at Transcending Boundaries, a new exhibition that’s currently in residence at London’s Pace Gallery, it’s not hard to see why.
Yesterday I was invited to probably the most beautiful experience, I have had for a long time! Pace Gallery were teaming with WWF to raise awareness on climate change and the event certainly was an eye-opener!