February 4, 2020

I often find many young sickle warriors, even adults, and parents of children with sickle cell struggle to find ways to cope with travel specifically with long haul flights. Well, guess what, I did too especially when I discovered my love for travel.

I have also ha...

December 24, 2019

Recently, I have been re-living my time in Krakow through subtle reminders in recent events. From cultural similarities found in a recent trip to Budapest to the series on BBC 1’s ‘World On Fire’ or news few weeks ago, where Krakow was named the best city break destina...

October 12, 2019

  1. Have breakfast at 34 Mayfair

  2. Visit Portobello Market in Notting Hill

  3. Grab a bite of street food at Borough Market

  4. Visit the Mudchute City Park and Farm

  5. Go to Kensington Palace

  6. Get on a steam train at Ongar Epping and pop your head out like...

October 6, 2019

It was a beautiful summer morning, not a single cloud in the sky as we woke up to the sound of the alarm in our hotel room on a nice Saturday in Nice (no pun intended!)

Hmmn, what an absolute delight to wake up in the Provence-Alpes-Cote’ d Azur once again, specifically...

September 9, 2019

My friend, Ijay and I spent three months trying to figure out where we were headed for a long weekend.

We had never been to Milan. I had suggested Sicily but on second thought, we were only meant to be gone for a long weekend. 3 nights seemed more appropriate for Milan...

August 11, 2019

This time last year, summer of 2018, I was glamping in Scotland and had a terrific long weekend with my Scottish family, ‘glamping’.

I was treated with love and a warm welcome to the southern edges of the Highlands of Perthshire- an area famed for its dramatic green a...

May 19, 2019

A remarkable island getaway with Mica and I apparently has made a highlight of 2019.

My headspace had been a little too clouded with conflicting life priorities, endless work, and a sense of regret stemming from taking on a (what I thought was a promising) new role ou...

April 2, 2019

It all started with Dr Kaya, consultant hematologist writing a draft abstract following the completion of the mentoring evaluation report developed last year by my colleagues and I.

The initial report showed that the children and young people we mentored had a gene...

March 17, 2019

We grabbed a chicken and lettuce wrap for lunch. We had just taken a very comfortable position spreading out in the little lounge corner of the office. As I spread some mayonnaise across my wrap, Nazia lifts the ring pull of her Diet Coke as she digs right into hers, c...

February 20, 2019

It was our penultimate night in Barbados after 3 weeks of island hopping in the Caribbean. As you may imagine, with major holiday blues at this stage and a lingering sense of irritation resulting from an incident with our hotel the previous night, I packed our bags gru...

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