” The Taj Mahal meaning Crown of the Palace. Is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperorShah Jahan (reigned 1628–1658), to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The tomb is the centrepiece of a 17-hectare (42-acre) complex, which includes a mosque and a guest house, and is set in formal gardens bounded on three sides by a crenellated wall “

There are no words to describe how unbelievably breathtaking the Taj Mahal is, I am so in love with India.

This is the reason why I love my job so much and feel really blessed that I am doing the job that I really enjoy and get to see another amazing place in the world.

Let me tell you how tough it was for us before we got to see The Taj Mahal because we only had 24 hours layover.

SO, we worked on a night flight from London Heathrow to New Delhi. We took off at 22:00 pm and we landed at New Delhi at 11:00 am, India is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of united Kingdom. The flight time was around 8 – 8.30 hours.

Afterwards we rushed to the toilets in the airport to get change out of our uniforms! I thought it was a good idea to be traditional and wore an ” Indian Dress ” Which it was really comfortable and pretty but really hot in it, but that did not stop me!

Then we met up with our driver who picked us up from the airport in his Toyota Innova, luckily it has air conditioned. We asked our driver how long would it take to get to The Taj Mahal? He replied ” 3 hours and 45 minutes to 4 hours ” With no sleep we was all still determine to get there! However, we did have a nap on the way, ha ha.

We arrived at the Taj Mahal around 16:00 pm we then met up with our tour guide, he was great! Who told us all the history behind The Taj Mahal and a brilliant photographer.

The moment we walked through I had goosebumps…….. ” It was just stunning and just phenomenal!! ”

Just take a look at the pictures 🙂

I have so much more pictures but it would be too much to put it on my blog!

So after just an hour and half to two hours at The Taj Mahal we was on our way back to New Delhi. When we arrived back at the hotel we was all finished! But it was such a great experienced and I am so glad that we did it even though it was very hard but was super worth it!

Los Angeles was another great trip with work and this time I took one of my friend Carly with me too and she absolutely loved it. We had so much fun in the sun and in the evening we went to Disneyland which bring back so much of our childhood memories.

Firstly I took her to Brunch by Venice beach called ” SunnySpot “ at = 822 Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292, USA Please do go visit because the food in there is delicious, great price, great mimosa, amazing bloody marry and tasty rum punch. SunnySpot have a great vibes of group of people, they have televisions for you to watch sport and music is great too. If you are looking for a cool, chill out place for Brunch with your girls I definitely recommended this place!

I do recommend you make a reservation before you go because they do get really busy in there and it might be sometime until a table become available www.sunnyspotvenice.com

After we went to Venice beach for a little walk around and she got to see muscle beach too. Then we went to the rooftop bar called ” High Rooftop Lounge ” at 1697 Pacific Ave, Venice, CA 90291, USA is actually a hotel called ” Hotel Erwin ” 

High Rooftop Lounge is the only rooftop bar in Venice and have epic sunset views!

We did not get a table because it was super busy, so same I would make a reservation before you go!

Then it was time for us to go to ” Disneyland ” 

” Disneyland Park, originally Disneyland, is the first of two theme park built at the Disney Resort in Anaheim, California, opened on 17 July 1955. It is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney “

Both of us never been to Disneyland before, so this was a pretty big night for us! As we was walking in we both just looked at each other with a biggest smile on our faces and was holding hands, that moment we was just like the two little girls again. Then First thing we did was running to the shop to get the Mickey Mouse ears.

We watched the fire works, the water show with all the disney character, went on the rides, we was eating popcorn and candy floss! I can honestly say that we had the best time and would definitely do it again and again! I wish I can put up all the pictures from my trip but I have around 200 pictures, I don’t think it will fit. From all these pictures I hope you can see how much fun we had and hope you all enjoy this post. Thank you for your time to look at my blog.

Love.

S

xxx

First thing I like to say is that “ I am so in love with Hong Kong and I can not wait to go back!

In my eyes I feel so very lucky to have the best job in the world and that I get to see so many beautiful places and Hong Kong is one of them. I can honestly says that if you looking to change your career in the future and travel the world is one of them, then you should become a cabin crew!

This is obviously my first time in Hong Kong trip and love every minute I was there, also I got to see one of my good friend who live there, who moved there about 4 years ago. She was such a great tour guid 🙂

So let me start from the beginning what I did and saw.

First night – I went up to a roof top bar which is the second best roof top bar in Hong Kong at Park Lane Hotel, Causeway bay. The view was stunning, as picture!

Then we went to this bar called The Iron Fairies Hong Kong ( LG, 1 hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong)  – Is a MUST!! It was so magical.. Please if you are in Hong Kong do go and visit 🙂 Here is some picture for you, please also check out the cocktail!

Secondly – I went to the Buddha. As a Buddhist myself I feel so blessed to get to go there to show my respect to the big Buddha.

To get there we took the cable car up which took a while to get there but the view that came with it was so worth it! Honestly I have no words to describe how stunning the view and what I was seeing on our way to the buddha was. I just can not believe my eyes 🙂 Please take a look at the pictures.

The cable car cost $210 HKD, which is around 20 pounds. Also you have to pay to walk up to the Buddha which is around $40 HKD, which is around 4 pounds. To me 24 Pounds for a day out is so worth it 🙂

You can also take the coach up there but I am not to sure how long it will take and how much its cost. I think the cable car is definitely better way to travel up to the Buddha.

Thirdly – I even got to go for an afternoon tea! AMAZING…….. Oh my god I know right!!

We went to Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers ( Sky Lounge, 18/F Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong). Tel : 23691111.

Is not that expensive at all for some good cakes and to sip your teas 🙂 The tea set starts at $258pp HKD (25 Pounds)  and includes a tea or coffee, or get the afternoon tea with a glass of selected wine or bubbly for $338pp HKD (32 Pounds) and it is such Fantastic location overlooking the harbour.

Enjoy some picture from it guys.

Well this is it from me for now, I really hope you enjoy Hong Kong as much as I do.

Until next visit 🙂

Love

S

xxx

Peggy Porschen Cakes…..

Super Cute!

If you and your girlfriends want to catch up in London, I recommended Peggy Porschen Caskes. Everything at Peggy Porschen Cakes is extremely photogenic. Both inside and outside is very pretty, adorable and totally worthy of one of the most instagrammable places in London.

I had strawberry and champagne cupcake and lemon and raspberry layer cake with green tea. All was so delicious! I love to try all the cupcakes and layer cakes but not in one day. But I will go back to try different ones for sure.

One warning – the place is so popular now so it is a little bit busy!

Peggy Porschen Cakes :

116 Ebury St, Belgravia,

London,

SW1W 9QQ

Opens at 9am-8pm Monday -Sunday

On my day off today I decided to go for an afternoon tea with my friend Hannah at WOBURN ABBEY even though the weather was not that great. It was raining, windy and had a little bit of sunshine, but it did not stop us! I can honestly say it was so worth it 🙂

To get to The Duchess’ tea Room you have to go to the entrance to Deer Park and the Abbey which you have to drive for an extra 2 miles. On our way through there were so many deers around, slowly crossing the road right in front of you so you have to drive pretty slow! But to get to see all those deers so close up like that was so worth it. There were small lakes around that make it even more beautiful and peaceful.

When you get there the staff will take you through to the tea room, you then pick your tea and they will bring out Dainty sandwiches, scones accompanied by fresh cream and fruity jam, cakes and freshly made pastries. You then can enjoy it with your friends in the breathtaking historical surroundings! After you can go walk around in the garden to get so many lovely pictures.

Here are some of the pictures from today, I hope you all like them ->

My Outfit :

Jumpsuit – Topshop

Kimono – Topshop

Shoes – Steve Madden

Bag – Mulberry