Days Out

Muslim Lifestyle Show 2017 — Olympia, London

Muslim Lifestyle Show 2017 — Olympia, London

On Easter weekend MLS 2017 took place at Olympia in Kensington. It was another well organised event with thousands attending. I went on Easter Sunday and it was really packed. We rushed in as we had tickets to see Jungly Jaadogar 2 at 12pm. There was […]

Top Tips for Indoor Skydiving

Top Tips for Indoor Skydiving

As a birthday present for my husband I decided to take the whole family (five of us) for indoor skydiving at iFly. Not knowing what to expect we arrived in Basingstoke a bit late and almost missed our ‘flight’. Tip 1: You should get there […]

My First Escape Room Experience — HintHunt London

My First Escape Room Experience — HintHunt London

A few friends had been mentioning escape rooms to me recently but I just thought ‘Pahhh sounds weird’. However after doing a bit of research I realised this could be quite a fun activity! So I booked a game at HintHunt for myself and two of my […]

Coffee Island —  Perfectly Engineered Coffee

Coffee Island — Perfectly Engineered Coffee

This week I went to learn all about coffee brewing at Coffee Island. Coffee Island is a Greek coffee chain which has its only London branch in Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, just behind Leicester Square station. Coffee Island is not like any other coffee shop I’ve […]

SAID Dal 1923 — Soho, London

SAID Dal 1923 — Soho, London

Who doesn’t love the idea of indulging in a hot drink by a real log fire? No-one is the answer. Head over to SAID for an enriching experience surrounded by chocolate lovers and cosy interiors. The Italian chocolatier has opened its first branch outside of Rome right in […]

Ten Tips for Visiting Durdle Door  — Dorset

Ten Tips for Visiting Durdle Door — Dorset

One of the most breathtakingly beautiful sites in the UK is in Dorset, and it is less than a three hours drive from London. The area we visited is called Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove which are a 5 minute drive from each other but most […]

London Halal Food Festival 2016

London Halal Food Festival 2016

On the 20-21st August the London Halal Food Festival took place in the beautiful Tobacco Docks. Initially I was weary about the drive to East London, but it was worth it! A grade II listed building, where the festival was both inside and outside, really made […]

Competition Time!!!

Competition Time!!!

As a designated ‘Halal Hero’ for the London Halal Food Festival, I’m offering readers of my blog two FREE TICKETS for the London Halal Food Festival on Sunday 21st August 2016 at the Tobacco Docks!!! Embark on a tantalising halal journey around the globe as […]

Woburn Safari Park

Woburn Safari Park

School is almost out! Whether you’re counting down the days to the summer holidays or dreading them, either way for parents day trips are imminent. As the animals live outdoors, summer is the best time to visit safari parks. You can read my review of Woburn Safari Park on parenting […]

All About KidZania London

All About KidZania London

This week I thought I ‘d give my children one last treat before school starts. So we headed towards Westfield London for our session which was to begin at 2pm. If you’re thinking of going then read below for some essential info that I wish I […]

Chessington World Of Adventures 2015

Chessington World Of Adventures 2015

Hooray the new season has started for the Merlin owned theme parks across the country. This weekend was a preview weekend for annual pass holders only, so we popped along to see what was new for 2015. Sadly not a lot! The only new thing I […]

Behind The Beautiful Forevers — National Theatre

Behind The Beautiful Forevers — National Theatre

Based on a non-fiction book by Katherine Hoo, Behind The Beautiful Forevers is a play about the Annawadi slums of Mumbai, India. Situated in the outskirts of busy Mumbai airport, it shows the lives of impoverished Indians living in the slums revealing the truth about their lives. The character’s livelihoods […]

Dara — The National Theatre

Dara — The National Theatre

Adapted into English from Shahid Nadeem’s play originally performed by the Ajoka Theatre in Pakistan, Dara tells the true story of two Mughal princes Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb, the eldest sons of the great Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Set in the 1600s in Agra and […]

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe — Rose Theatre

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe — Rose Theatre

This week I went to watch an all time children’s classic come to life at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is of course part of the series of books, The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis. Having not watched […]