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…If you know, you know!

And as for the avocados, I don’t how you can not love them!

So yes this post is just to say “I love avocados” and that I do not rate anyone who does not share the same feeling. Plus, this is a cool pic!

Ohh and to make reference to the video of the kid that went viral; of him unwrapping his presents, one being an avocado and his reaction! An avocado…thannkkss! I love it! Mostly because he was so grateful for such a basic gift and also because personally, I think its an ideal present! – Can’t go wring really!

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…As a foodie, I love cooking and baking just as much as I love eating! And when I get carried away watching Master Chef, inspiration takes over and I think i’m a professional chef!

This simple yet oh-so-tasty dish consisted of an olive oil brushed roasted red pepper, stuffed with honey infused spicy curry lentils and tender green beans, accompanied by rosemary dusted roast potatoes, a side of garlic mayonnaise and dots of sun-dried tomatoes pesto!

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A pause from the fashion trends, I decided to start a new trend. A sweet tooth, sugar rush, choco-holic kind of trend! After a year of feeling stressed, it was time to more than just “turn that frown upside down”, its time to start reading and spelling backwards. Did you know “desserts” is “stressed” spelt backwards. OOH YHH.

With this said, a few weeks ago I hosted my first dessert party. Full of cake, tarts, sugar topped ramekins and yep, more cake; it was a diabetic coma waiting to happen. As nice as all the desserts were, it was defiantly one of those days. A right -off (from diet) kinda day. Try fitting into a slim fit LBD, crop top or any summer-time-fine body cons now!

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With parents who both love to travel and enjoy getting out of the hustle and bustle of London every now and then; I was always going to be a traveller. Especially since my mum and dad went backpacking across The States and came back with a bump; (i.e. Me); therefor there  is no question about it; I was made to travel! Its simply my destiny; to go see the world and to explore!

Even though I have been here and there, until last month I was unable to mark Asia off my map; but now having travelled up and down Thailand for a month, I can finally check it off my list.

Whilst I had an amazing time, my Thailand experience went a little different than expected. As beautiful as it is, I found myself constantly seeking out the “googled” images! The clear blue waters and white sandy beaches surrounded by mountain , majestic tigers playing with humans, happy elephants spraying water at tourists and fancy elephant rides. Although I captured and documented these snaps through; the beauty of Maya Bay, Pileh Lagoon and Phiphi island, together with tame tigers and little elephants; my experience behind and in front of the camera was an eye opener. More than just a vacation, but really seeing a place for what it is, it was definetly a step away from your typical holiday brochure.

Having bought a backpack,stayed in a hostel and spent 14 hours on a sleeper train, this was my first trip that I can actually say “I travelled”. Yes, it had its difficulties, but I did it and I am ready to do it again. I’ve well and truly caught the travel bug!

For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to go to Thailand. To see the tigers, ride the elephants, eat the food, sun bathe on the white sandy beaches and swim in clear blue waters. And now I can say it; “been there, done that…Got the stamps too!” -Maybe its the traveller in me, but I actually get really excited about getting stamps in my passport. Doesn’t matter how near or far, if I’m crossing an ocean, border or state, I want a stamp. With this said, my current passport expires in 2019, so that give me 6 years to fill it. Where to next eh?

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