Sunday 12 March 2017


I have decided to post pictures of my trip much, much, much later because of two things: a) I'd rather enjoy the trip on the days I'm currently there (wherever 'there' maybe) and b) there's always something to do after the trip. This is a classic example. Blogging has definitely changed since 2011 (the year I started). It's not a taboo slash online journal anymore. It's now the 'in' thing and a platform for everything. And it's all good. I mean, isn't it exciting? From fitness to fashion to whatever you fancy under the sun... there's a blog for that! I'll be shaking things up on my blog soon, I'll try to post as many pictures as possible and put some caption here and there. That's another nice thing about blogs, it's not an essay paper that should have a word count. And if I'm being honest, I think this is the only way I can blog as frequently as possible.

Gab & I decided to spend our Christmas 2016 at Bristol (and Bath), England. 

Castle Park

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Pho, Bristol. There's a funny story about this one. We were on the lookout for a dinner because it was raining and we needed to find a parking. Then we saw Pho. It's a Vietnamese restaurant and the food was lovely! We ordered summer rolls, pho (soup) and jasmine tea. It was so good that we asked the waitress if Pho have any branches in London and guess what? There's a Pho 3 bus stops away from where we live! Obviously, we're an instant customer from then on. Once a week at least.

St Mary Redcliffe Church

Coffee #1
One of the best coffee shops we have tried. My favourite is their take on quinoa soup and caramel brownies! We have spent hours of chats and laughs on this shop. I think we've been thrice during our stay. I already miss the cosy ambiance and the lush, green surroundings.

"You may have watch but do you have time?" 

These words resonated on me really hard because it hits home! I guess it's a friendly reminder to spend time with people who really matter to you. <3 -CMK


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