Pizza and Prosecco Festival

This post is calling all the #foodies out there! We all know what goes hand in hand: burgers and beer, pasta and white wine, steak and red wine, pizza and Prosecco… Yes, you read it right: Pizza and Prosecco! On 25th November you can choose from a variety of home-made pizza and bubbly Prosecco while…

TFL Oyster App

The Transport for London Oyster App is here – I didn’t know I needed one but I’m willing to give it a chance.

Take time to be a tourist in London

London is amazingly huge, with art and events that are constantly changing. You won’t have time to visit everything, but you can try. So put some time aside for sightseeing.

10 ways London changed me

I never dreamed I would live in London – I always thought I’d stay in Birmingham. I mean, how can I aspire to live in London? It seems like an unreachable dream – too expensive, too crowded, and with few jobs. However,  here I am! I’ve been living here since September and I’ve noticed that…

London is not like in the movies

…except if you live in London. And I mean Zone 1. But not too on the edge of Zone 1. I am one of those ‘weird’ cases – I live fairly close to the City, but I work outside it, in the south, in Croydon. And I don’t get to see London as much as I’d…

Travelling ‘light’

I’ve never had a problem with moving – I’ve been moving for the past 6 years. During my university years, I’ve never lived in the same place for more than a year. Before this, I lived for two years in my own apartment in the city centre of my home country. Before that, I lived…

New city, new life

I’ve been living in the UK for the past three years – so this change shouldn’t feel as big as it does. I’m only moving to London from Birmingham, which is roughly 2 hours away. But it seems like the biggest change of my life. But, in a way, it is. London is not the…

On the Road Again

A first post for a blog dealing with moving to London and living in a new city. Join us on our adventures!