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Forgive me, for I have ginned

“There is just no questioning it, gin is the it drink of the moment. The classic G&T has been shaken and stirred into so many new forms that some might find it hard to keep up.”

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Electro Feels, Brunch at Gaucho

“There’s a DJ in the corner. He wears a tropical shirt and sunglasses, even though we’re inside and the walls are painted black”.

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The Elgin, Notting Hill

“Exposed brickwork, dark hues on the walls, handsome mirrors and stain-glassed windows – as soon as you walk in it’s an immediately creative scene”.

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7 Misconceptions about University Life

“I graduated a year ago and there are still times when I feel as clueless as I did that first morning waking up alone”.

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Pitcher & Piano, Richmond

“Richmond is a step away from the centrality of Clapham and surrounding areas, separated by the expanse of Richmond Park and of course, the slow-moving vistas of the River Thames”.

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How to Cope with Aviophobia

“The excitement of choosing bikinis or new skis, of booking a beautiful hotel, and planning your itinerary – the ‘pre-travel jitters’ take on a whole new meaning when you can’t step on the plane”.

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The Joy of Eating in Sri Lanka

“One of the greatest joys on this earth is eating. Trying something new. Trying something you’ve had a hundred times before. Tasting something so recognisable twisted into an unfamiliar flavour”. 

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The Old Brewery, Greenwich

“I don’t know what it is about cauliflower puree with scallops but when I see it on the menu I always order it”.

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Nuwara Eliya Tea Country, Sri Lanka

“Nicknamed ‘the city of light’, Nuwara Eliya lays between tea-covered mountains, plush gardens and empty roads”.

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