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Kasha Dubaniewicz
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Polish Capetonian living in London. Travel blogger and cupcake enthusiast.
Polish Capetonian living in London. Travel blogger and cupcake enthusiast.

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Getting a festive head-start with Taste of London
"There's a giant snowglobe outside - this is going to be good." A fan of all things related to the Christmas season, I was delighted when AEG invited me to the festive edition of Taste of London . Why? Because I’m the sort of person who puts out the Christm...
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Classy Polish cuisine at Ognisko
There's nothing better: you have a full day of activity planned but there's the guarantee that, after all of that energy has been spent, you have an amazing meal awaiting you at the end of it all. This is exactly what we had devised when we knew we'd be out...
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An East End flashback with the Jack the Ripper Tour
One of the biggest reasons why I loved moving to London - and why I continue to love living here - is the fact that this city has SO much history. Every time I go on a walking tour, I inevitably end up feeling like every street, building and park has a vari...
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Indulgence and high fashion at London's Chocolate Show
What, food-related indulgence AND a fashion show? While these two things may not normally be paired together, I recently got to see how they could be fused flawlessly. If you've been reading this blog for a while, you may have noticed that I'm not quiet whe...
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How to spend a day in Gozo
Let's start this post with a disclaimer: Even though this is all about how to spend an impeccable day out on the island of Gozo, if you have more time than we did, make sure you have a lengthier stay. As you'll see below, this island offers so much and a ...
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A Peruvian feast at Senor Ceviche
When it comes to why it took me this long to get to Senor Ceviche , I take on all the blame. I had heard about this London restaurant way back when it first opened and my immediate thought was, 'I NEED to go here'. Especially due to the fact that I had alre...
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Taking a first sip of London Cocktail Week
During the week of 5-11 October, cocktail enthusiasts all over London were rejoicing. And drinking. Definitely drinking. And I know this because, this year, I was one of them. London Cocktail Week (LCW) is an annual event held in the capital every year, whe...
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Seville's best outdoor attractions
Seville is known for many things, and its grand architecture is one of these.  There's a gorgeous cathedral , numerous expansive Spanish villas, museums, churches and even the 'normal' buildings along the roadways look like something out of a painting.   Wh...
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Behind the scenes with Chipotle & a giveaway
I don't often write about big chains or fast food on this blog , but recently I was invited to a rather special - and pleasantly surprising - evening out in London. Arriving at Baker Street tube station, it was a quick walk to Chipotle 's newest London bran...
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Getting the perfect pint at Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Let me say this from the outset, dear reader: I've been to themed attractions before. I've visited a museum dedicated to cat-related curiosities , the poignant and excellent Titanic Belfast , and even a museum focusing on one foodstuff - frites, in this cas...
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