All posts tagged: london

Top of the hill

located at the northern side of regents park, primrose hill offers the best panoramic view of london. don’t let the mist or cold take the better, even so london skyline is extraordinary and is worthy of a little effort. this grassy hill is a special place; at some point we are able to feel an inexplicable peace and freeddom. william blake wrote about it and its engraved in a stone there – i have conversed with the spiritual sun. i saw him on primrose hill. london | december 2014

Taste on the go

borough market is one of the largest and oldest food markets in london. its a mandatory spot for food lovers. the market is full of fresh and tasty food, being almost impossible don’t stop at each vendor and try a bit to everything. its nice to see how simple food and rich products brings people together laughing and sharing experiences. borought market & southwark | december 2014


london, uk | december 2014 london was our first trip. the city was no mystery for us, being and living there before. it was a perfect city to start travelling together and try to discover unknown places for both of us. we wish to say that for a weekend the city was ours, but time ran away faster than imagined and we discovered that the most important in travelling is enjoy small things without rushing our steps. it was mid december and the weather was all cloudy and it rained a bit. even so, we were able to enjoy the city in his splendour. don’t be intimidated by london’s foggy atmosphere. walking around london is always a new city, recreating itself as time goes by. there is always something new happening around the corner – the architectural rehabilitation of the southbank; the contrast between the colourful kitsch camden and the dark mysterious regents canal; and the surprising romantic panoramic view of london from primrose hill at the end of regent’s park. art for everyone we could spent a whole day in any museum in london and …


no man is an island, entire of itself, every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. if a clod be washed away by the sea, europe is the less. as well as if a promontory were. as well as if a manor of thy friend’s or of thine own were: any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. john donne, 1624