February 2022

It looks like the “full tonto” communist, his cronies, and the brainwashed Russians didn’t understand the profound hatred people from the Eastern bloc have for Russian communists. The tonto also didn’t realise that in neither of those countries were all the people brainwashed and as much as he tries, neither are many of his Russians. […]

Kebab at Mildred's


We’ve been to Mildred’s a few times so far, at their Soho branch. As it is quite busy I haven’t been able to take a picture of the location without showing people too. Also, I would highly recommend booking if possible, as one time, we wanted to drop-in and they were full with an waiting […]


Old Operating Theatre

Old Operating Theatre is a small but well known museum in London. It is a couple of minutes away from the Shard. The museum is in the attic of an 18th century church of the old St Thomas’ Hospital. One of the features is the original Herb Garret where herbs were made into medicines. Of […]

Ugears - Marble Run Stepped Hoist


I received an Ugears model for Christmas. We started assembling it last month and I loved it so much that I bought another one. I wanted to talk about them for 2 reasons. Firstly, because these products are amazing and well worth their price tag. Secondly, these are made in Kyiv, Ukraine. Buying from a […]

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey was, obviously, on my to-visit list for a long time. It’s such a fascinating place to see, from a historical point of view. I should mention that the abbey is not exactly inclusive in how is presented as in both the audio guide and booklet they invite visitors to pray, disregarding that visitors […]

Desserts at MOOKind


MOOKind is a vegan Dessert Boutique in London, Fulham. They have lots of cupcakes, delicious gelato, and many other delicious treats. We’ve been there twice and I would gladly visit them again. The first time we went there they did not have seating area, but now they do. The boutique has a great location, in […]

The Faraday Museum

The Faraday Museum

The Faraday Museum is a free museum at the Royal Institute. If you’ve been reading my blog, you know my passion for science, so it’s not surprising that we went for a visit on our holiday in London. My husband is even more into science and he likes reading about physics, among other things. We’ve […]