There is this scandalous Russian blogger – Lena Miro – who I love to read once in a while, purely because her style of writing is very different from anyone else – she is straightforward and not afraid to voice her opinion, which I love.
Some people call her a bully, but I don’t particularly care about people getting offended by what she writes – if you don’t enjoy it – don’t read it – simple as! The main reason I read her blog on a regular basis, is because she sheds some light on current affairs in Russia and she writes about things that are interesting for an average Russian.
She’s posted the below photo, that has been making circles around Reddit, and expressed her opinion, that regardless of current culture and legislation, signs like these, especially in English, are unacceptable, as they strengthen the mood of ‘unsafety’ when visiting Russia, not just for gay people, but for everyone, and tourism is important.
Guess what happened next?
On my birthday morning I was awoken with breakfast in bed, to get some energy, because my husband was taking me out for a walk… somewhere… He wouldn’t say! Continue reading “Birthday dream for a history geek”
Why you should treat yourself to a dinner at Acanthus Restaurant
As you might have already seen on Insta, I have recently celebrated my 27th birthday, and my lovely husband, instead of just taking me out for dinner, surprised me with a mini getaway to The Randolph Hotel.
We had the dinner in the hotel restaurant – Acanthus, and I was so impressed that here I am, writing this! 🙂 Continue reading “Acanthus Restaurant – The Randolph Oxford”
My friend Alice and I checked out this new place at St Clements – The Coconut Tree – and I can say for sure, you should check it out too!
Here are a couple of reasons why you just have to go there for cocktails and dinner.
1. The Coconut Tree is the only Shri Lankan restaurant in Oxford
Everyone needs to give Chinese and Indian takeaways a break once in a while! Continue reading “10 reasons to visit The Coconut Tree Oxford”
Harry and Megan are getting married on 19th of May, giving us an extra excuse to celebrate all things British, drink gin and eat fresh scones and finger sandwhiches.
These two are arguably uniting nations better than Donald Trump and Teresa May could, so let’s celebrate this union in style – with the Royal Wedding Drinking Game.