Skip to main content

TRAVEL | A view from the Shard

Yes, i live in London but yes also like the tourists who love London so do i! So when it comes to visiting all attractions i can in London im so down for it. I treated my other half for his birthday and bought tickets to see the view from the tallest building in London....even with my deathly fear of heights!! It was such a lovley evening to see a full 360 degree view of London in all 3 backgrounds, day, sunset and night.

Suprisingly enough the lift that takes you up to the 60+ floors is so fast and the G force makes it feel like you are on a plane. Once you get to the floor you can chill and see the wonder of London, pop open some champs and use the telescopes to zoom in and have a closer look at the buses and people that look so small from above. 

After that you can use the stairs to go to level 72 which looks like a tennis court with the astro turf looking carpet and the little flower boxes ♥_♥ cos this is right at the top of the shard it is open and you can feel the breeze and smell the fresh air! 

If you tend to be afraid of heights and have a little vertigo then its OK you can hold onto the pillars like i did haha

I didnt get any night photos on my camera as it died (bloggers worst nightmare) 

Much love,



Popular posts from this blog

#TRAVEL | A cafe with positive vibes in London? ...Age Exchange

Are you looking for a place where you can sit for hours on end without feeling like you are being eye-balled by the staff that you have over stayed your welcome? Maybe a place that's like a treasure trove once you enter? Where the good times roll, and there is marvellous food to top it all off? Well look no further than this little place in the South East of London; in the heart of Blackheath there is Age Exchange! Whether is for a spot of lunch, a coffee with a friend, a place to get your work done or even just a home from home, say hello to Age Exchange.  The home of Reminiscence, this dementia arts charity has it all. From beginnings as a theatre company they evolved over the years to become the reminiscence charity they are today, offering reminiscence group activities for people living with dementia and their carers. Living along side is a wonderful, diverse community hub which has a cafĂ© and volunteer led library. Once a month there is

#BEAUTY | SBC gels

One of my favourite ingredients for my skin, especially dry skin is manuka honey. So i tried out some of the honey products from the SBC Gels and havent stopped using them. They have replaced my usual products. So lets have a product break down! The manuka honey and orange blossom scrub has really fine bits in it which are very helpful for exfoliating, but as a they are super fine it is a lot more nicer to  use than some products that have the larger exfoliating bits in them!   Manuka honey & orange blossom body butter - as you have guessed by the name this is a body butter! They dont tend to be my go to product as i dont really like the consistancy. I love the smell of this, its so fragrent. After i have used the shower wash i either use this or the gel to get me some soft soft skin! These two are my favourite from the honey selection. There is the bath and shower gel (on the left) and the skincare gel . The bath and shower gel smells so strongly of hone

#TRAVEL | Liverpool

Its been a month since I visited Liverpool for the first time, its only right that I share my trip :) First of its a very friendly place, but I have come to learn that most places apart from London are....sorry London but its true.  I stayed for 2 nights and 3 days and I would say that it was enough time to explore the main parts of Liverpool and get a vibe for it. Im happy that I can now sing "ferry across the mersy" and constantly shout.. I've been there! I've been there! Its the little things that make it worth it aha Im a sucker for being near water and also in the city centre and the hotel I stayed which was called the tune hotel was the perfect walk away from the river as well as the city. A 5 min walk to the famous Cavern Club. Museums are a plenty and I visited them all! My fave being the museum of Liverpool, lots of interactive fun things to do and to learn. I would recommend taking a part of the day to go on the bus tours o