While Newcastle may not be known for its food, with this one restaurant, it should be. The last thing I imagined when I came to the county of pies and Newcastle brown beer was that there could be really great food here, including seafood. Unfortunately, England is largely divided when it comes to really good food, with Michelin-starred restaurants like Five Fields mostly based in London. Luckily, with higher rents in the capital, many great restaurants and amazing chefs are taking their business out to the other parts of England.
The time between each new post has definitely become longer, so I will endeavor to make it shorter in the coming weeks! It's always interesting coming back to old haunts after years, especially when you seem to link those haunts to your development creatively. Warsaw is so different from London and Durham- nothing seems to … Continue reading Exploring Poland: The Palace of Wilanów in Warsaw
After what felt like months of planning, boxing and moving, I have managed to remove all of my little boxes and my whole shoe collection from the modern flat in Warsaw to a charming Victorian semi detached house only a train ride from my city of dreams- London. I even have a couple of glazed … Continue reading First Collection by Sophia Webster in London
When I think of exhibitions, it takes me back to the earliest of my years- my parents, museum fanatics, created a world full of musty objects and derelict British country houses that I found quite alluring, especially on account of my taste in books at that time ,which were mainly Agatha Christie's and some works … Continue reading Warsaw Krolikarnia: Sara Lipska Art Exhibition
When it comes to trips, I am usually less than spontaneous... and then I found myself booking myself a teaspoon trip, as part of a medicating journey- to Brighton. Having been there during the cold times, it was pleasant to not have a gale serenading in my face. On this trip though, I really truly discovered … Continue reading Brighton Day Trip
Since everyone within the borders of Britain has been gearing up for the Olympics, whose Opening Ceremony finished just a couple of hours back, it has been especially hard to get into central London. Being completely unaware of predicaments has come in handy previously, and this time was no exception. With just about everyone showing … Continue reading London Day Trip: Burlington Arcade
When it comes to recreational time, my idea is usually having a coffee. If I am not, the only reasons are usually because there is something stopping me- in this case, a group of swans. Since the incredibly haunting (and slightly nightmarish) Swan Lake, I have in a sense been obsessed with the feathered white … Continue reading Kingston Day Trip