August has been a month full of adventures! Two incredible weeks in Mallorca surrounded by family and friends, more of our cycling routes discovering new corners of London, a nice day trip to Canterbury, and even a funny party day at the Notting Hill Carnival! Continue reading “August 2016 – Holidays, holidays!!”
The weekend of the 29th, 30th and 31st of July the anual Prudential Ride Weekend 2016 took place in London, as it does every summer. Continue reading “Live London on a Bike – Prudential Ride Weekend 2016!”
Hardcore cycling! Last weekend we decided to cycle the almost 30 km between Roehampton, our neighbourhood in West London, and Windsor, the queen’s summer residence. Continue reading “Live London on a bike: Windsor to Roehampton”
In mid June we bought a nice new bike for Sarita, and since then we’ve been non stop cycling all over London.
The other day (actually a few weeks ago lol) we took a train to Brighton, planning to have a nice day at the beach. If an image is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million.
Continue reading “Video inside: Day trip to Brighton”
A few days ago we experienced something that hardly ever happens: in the Costa Cafè I work at, me and several other members of staff were having the same day off, so we decided to go on a day trip! Continue reading “Video inside: Costa-trip to Portsmouth!”
I will dedicate today’s post to our little Easter escape. The past the last few days of March, 28, 29 and 30, out of London. We had been planning a little trip for a good while in order to see some other UK cities, and we also had quite a few things to celebrate; the most important ones, the end of my phase in Wagamama and Sarita’s achievement to get a full-time position as a Teaching Assistant at Merton Park Primary School. Continue reading “UK (II): Escape to Bletchley Park, Birmingham and Manchester”
As many of you know, I’ve been living in London with my partner for about a year and a half now. During this period we’ve been through many different experiences: the arrival, our first room in a shared house, job seeking, moving to another house, and finally, studying at a British university. Continue reading “UK (I): Arrival in London and getting used to a new country”