Piers Morgan's Tiers

March 2022

Of course I will start the round-up by talking about the most important thing, the war in Ukraine. I attended a few protests and I attended a talk at the university about Russia’s invasion. Also, my university, King’s College London, is aiming to bring hundreds of Ukrainian refugees to Britain by Easter, which makes me […]

Slava Ukrayini

Slava Ukrayini

On Saturday I attended the #LondonStandsWithUkraine march & rally, organized by the mayor. It’s not the first time I’m attending a pro-Ukraine protest, but this was the biggest, with tens of thousands people attending. It was heart-warming to see so many supporters, from different backgrounds, Ukrainian, Brits, Poles, Romanians, Russians, Kazacks, and Chechens. Slava Ukrayini! […]

Sweet Disposition


Pastan is a plant based Italian restaurant near the Barbican, run by Jerome and Dean. On our last visit there my husband asked Jerome how he makes the doughnuts and he was so open about the process. After he explained in detail he asked my husband if he is a Chef too, so he assumed […]


Indigo Hotel Durham

We stayed a night in the Cathedral View Room at the Indigo Hotel Durham. I liked the hotel and would stay there again. Hotel Indigo is located in the former Old Shire Hall building, which dates back to the 1890s. It opened as a hotel in 2018. It is in the city centre, making it […]

Durham Cathedral at night

A walk through Durham

I am sharing today in A walk through Durham pictures from my trip earlier this week. I am going to make a dedicated post about the hotel in a couple of days. view of Durham castle from a very old bridge Indigo Hotel, where we stayed Durham Castle is where one of the Durham University […]

stir-fried lamb with cumin and chilli

Tofu Vegan

I’ve been to Tofu Vegan for 4 times in the last two months, so I don’t think there is the need for a longer description. The food is amazing and the staff are so helpful, friendly, and just lovely. I will just share pictures of some of the food I had. The place is usually […]


A walk through London

Technically we had two walks through London in the weekend and I’ve decided to make a post with the landmarks I passed by on one of them. Westminster, the iconic image of London, of course had to appear. There is the covid memorial nearby, with hears drawn, waiting for people to dedicate them to someone […]