JULY, 2019

Doing a spot of modelling at work for our Instagram.

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I even managed to rope James into it!

Dinner with Tina at Temakinho a.k.a one of my new favourite restaurants.

I bloody love a Brazilian-Japanese fusion!

Make sure to get the Salmao Com Camarao Rolls and thank me later 😉

Making the most of the very limited UK summer at the Park Road lido.

Em got me this book for my 27th birthday and I finally got round to reading it this year!

I’ve never bookmarked so many pages in a book before but I genuinely feel like I learnt so much from it.

It’s absolutely brill!

The joys of having a KFC around the corner from your flat when you’re too lazy to cook after work.

James and I popped over to Whitstable for the Oyster Festival!

There was a live choir and everything.

Delish lobster at The Lobster Shack.

Loved the oysters at Wheelers Oyster Bar.

When the record market came to Coal Drops Yard.

A final dinner with Marianne before she headed off on her new adventures in Toronto!

After dinner at The Real Greek, Til, Hannah and I popped over to Gelupo for some gelato.

I got the tiramisu flavour and it was yum!

Nikki tagged Monki in her new swimsuit on Instagram and we made it onto their website!

Although I generally don’t shop in high street stores anymore, I love a lot of Monki’s designs.

Nandos with James, the sexy beast.

Tina and Becca’s 30th birthday!

A trip back to Devon for mum’s birthday!

The first day was spent rummaging around all the charity shops in Exeter (my parents literally know where every single one is, even in the more obscure parts of town!); they took me to Oakhampton, where they started off when they immigrated to England and where they had their first fish and chip shop in the UK and in the evening, we collected Nath from the train station and had some delish Thai food for dinner at their favourite restaurant in Newton Abbot.

A day out in Cornwall where we explored Liskeard town centre, Golitha Falls and the beautiful Siblyback Lake.

In the evening, we had dinner at the aptly named Authentic Sichuan Restaurant which was yum!

On my final day in Paignton before I headed back to London in the evening, I popped into town and took a few snaps on the beach and of the arcades and pier.

xxx

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