This was first published as a review on Tripadvisor. I love me a good chicken wing, so when the invite came to go to Randy's Wing Bar, I said yes. I am partial to chicken well done. I think it has something to do with growing up on home cooked fried chicken with mash as … Continue reading Best wings this side of the Atlantic!
This was a review I published on my TripAdvisor page. The current structure of the Royal Exchange in London was designed by William Tite and it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1844. It currently houses luxury shops and offices. I didn't know that you could go in and look around it because I thought … Continue reading A meal in grand surroundings
I've always thought I was an extrovert. I always thought I was very social. But these days, I am finding that I like my own company (even with Alan constantly around, I do find that I cherish the moments when I am alone with just me, myself and I). I always say to people that … Continue reading Kindred souls
On Saturday, Alan and I went to an Instameet of the London Disclosure Instagram hub. It was a good opportunity to meet the people who take those fabulous London Instagram photos. It was our second Instameet. The first one we attended was organised by London4All and we had special, exclusive access to areas in St … Continue reading Meeting the Pinoys!
After a lovely 4-day weekend, it's time to go back to work. Funnily enough, I've not really felt the weekend blues as much. I think I needed the long break from work to gain perspective about things (that and to catch up on my ironing!). I'm not dreading the early wake up call to get … Continue reading Back to the real world…
Easter brings a 4-day weekend with Bank Holiday Friday (aka Good Friday when I lived in Manila) and Easter Monday (which, thank you God, is also a bank holiday!). Easter also brings a lot of chocolate and it's been a tradition at the firm that I work in for the shareholders of the firm to … Continue reading Easter thoughts
I have always wanted to write more about my faith and my feelings. Because if you can't be yourself and say what you want on your blog, where else can you (provided that what you post isn't illegal or offensive to other people's civil liberties - I'd like to say it's exercising responsible freedom of … Continue reading Prayer for concentration at work