Smoothies are the easiest thing in the world to make (if you count out doing the dishes afterwards) so here’s a quick green one:
A handful of baby spinach
1 green granny smith apple
1 tsp of Spirulina powder (optional)
An extra tip is to add dates to the mixture if you think it tastes a bit too “green” and you want more sweetness!
Last week I booked my first solo vacation. I just decided on a whim that I wanted to go. I’ve never really traveled alone and I think it’s something you just have to do at least once in your life. That is why I started this blog today, so that I can write about my travels and adventures.
I’m the kind of person who worries about everything and who makes lists, timetables, complete itineraries and even sets up a spending budget beforehand and still manages to mess things up when I’m away so this trip will sure be interesting!
Now a bit more information about my trip; I’m flying over to London for four days and I’m staying at The Generator Hostel near King’s Cross. Even though I’ve been to London twice before this trips has got a lot of “firsts” for me; It is my first time staying at a hostel in a dorm room, it is my first time flying by myself and it is the first time in my life travelling alone somewhere where I don’t have anyone to rely on if things go bad.
But London is an amazing town, full of life and filled with endless things to see and do and since I’ve already explored most of the “must-sees” and touristy sites before, this time around I hope get to really experience the city in a more genuine and local way. I’m really looking forward to it and I hope you’ll be staying around and read about my adventure!
Inside the London Eye October 2012
To get a little nostalgic, here are some pictures from when I visited London in October 2012 and then in June 2013:
This makes the anglophile in me really long for my trip..