Category Archives: UK
There’s something about London’s SoHo that has given it a special place in my heart. In part, it’s surely because it was SoHo where I got my primary introduction into the city that has since become my favorite of all cities.
Notting Hill is not just the name of my third favorite Julia Roberts movie of the 90s (numbers one and two respectively are, of course, Sleeping with the Enemy and Conspiracy Theory), it’s also the name of one of my favorite neighborhoods
Camden Town may be famous for many things, including its edgy alternative vibe or the lively markets. Maybe even the oreo donuts at local hotspot The Blues Kitchen. But for me, Camden brings to mind something completely different: throngs and throngs
One of my best friends recently moved to London, and now calls Chelsea home. I had never really spent much time in the neighborhood before, but have now come to love it. I’ve actually visited my friend so many times
London has a surprising amount of lush greenery right in the middle of the city, and the parks and squares actually offer all kinds of opportunities for visitors. You can enjoy a picnic on a sunny day, play some ball games
I wake up feeling as if I couldn’t have slept much more than a minute or two. My mouth is as dry as a desert, and there’s a strange person next to me. I’m not quite sure where I am,
I’ve always been drawn to waterways. There’s a specific kind of safety in knowing I could just sail away whenever I want. I’m a coastal kid, never at ease inland. And yet, somehow one of my favorite spots in the whole world