Today’s post is an accumulation of 3 fun things I’ve done lately. I was toying with calling it ‘A week in eats’ too, because as you’ll see – it’s pretty much photos of food I’ve eaten! Sometimes I take my camera out and about with me but I’m not sure the photos I take require an entire blog post dedicated to them, so today, I’m throwing them all together.
First up, last Tuesday I headed up to Guildford with Lizzie for a bit of shopping, some photo shooting (outfit shown here!) and our first round of eating. We hit up the newly refurbished Wagamama which has reopened after flood damage recently. I opted for my usual Chicken Teriyaki Donburi which is super healthy and tasty (depsite digging into the ginger and white chocolate cheesecake afterwards…). For more details on the new restaurant, head to Lizzie’s full review!
Next up, the following day in fact, I popped up to London with my Mum. We decided to hit High Street Kensington first, for a browse around the quieter part of town. I got some beauty bits in Muji, we stopped for a hot choc and dug into some yummy salad at Wholefoods. I even got two shots of my outfit, to share my rarely seen printed jeans from Dorothy Perkins!
And finally, yesterday’s outing – yet another jolly to London but with Lizzie this time, to enjoy the sunshine and er, you guessed it…eat our way around town! (I had TWO froyo’s in 4 hours…ouch). We braved Regent’s Street (I picked up some KIKO make up!), Carnaby Street for a Ben’s Cookie and a rest stop and headed to Ping Pong for dinner with Mel after she’d finished work. The sun was gorgeous but deceptively chilly!
I’m hoping to do another 3 fun things post next week as it’s my birthday a week today and I’ve got lots planned!
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