Category: Travel and Living

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Canal Walk London – from Little Venice to Paddington Basin

Our one-month long massive vacation in India was action-packed with meeting family and friends and then some more family and...

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Vegetarian Traveller – 10 Vegetarian Options in Spanish Food That You Can Enjoy Without a Fuss

I still find myself often daydreaming about our holidays in Spain last year, Andalusia to be more precise. My mind...

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Lumiere London Light Festival 2018 – When Entire London is an Art Gallery

I enjoy art, all thanks to London. It is this city and my last year of living here that I...

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Learning Marbling and Empathy at the Foundling Museum

What I love London most for is how it brings out the curious child in me. With the city bustling...

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Running London’s Iconic 10K with The Children’s Society and Five Protein Shake Tips

I am thrilled to share with you guys the reason for my happiness these days – I am participating in...

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Chicago Nostalgia – Baha’i House of Worship – Wilmette, Illinois

Living in a city and traveling to a city make you explore two completely different parts of the same city....

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February Half Term School Holidays – Thank You London for Keeping Us Engaged

A child going to a school in London has weeks of holidays. There is no dearth of school holidays in...

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Celebrating Chinese New Year of the Rooster – Family Events at the National Gallery

TeAfter quite an eventful December, we went into hibernation in January. It got colder and we stepped out of the...

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Observing Remembrance Day with Kids in London

You know that our past couple of weeks have gone by obsessing over poppies and Remembrance Day. We read all...

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Moving to London| Hunting for House and School in London

When I moved to Chicago, it was a walk in the park. My husband was already living there for years...