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Sunday, 6 February 2011

Chinese New Year of the Rabbit

My journey today consisted of the following =P

...follow my trail...

A cup of Earl Grey at Cafe Nero overlooking the celebrations at Trafalgar Square.

Inside China town - I cannot stand crowded places so I didn't venture further in.
Pretty Lanterns were hung everywhere!

Outside Patisserie Valerie, I spotted these beautiful decorations.

Last stop was at SNOG to get some guilt free dessert after a long walk.

The menu.

These are probably the best lanterns I've seen throughout the day. They're so girly & scream 'exciting' and 'sweet as a candy'.

I think it blends so well with the pink background ^.^

The yoghurt machine/dispenser.

I opted for the Snog Special (normal natural yoghurt) with mini pieces of white chocolate, and loads of granola.


Suzanne said...

Sigh, I wish I lived someplace exciting like London. Living in the suburbs means I can't exactly walk around exploring my city.

On a sidenote, I'm a rabbit in Chinese Astrology... yay :)

Misha said...

London would be such an exciting place to live. I visited there two years ago and I fell in love -- it has so much history!

That first picture with coffee by Trafalgar Sq looks too good!

' Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Sσrℓisค ... , said...

@ Suzanne & Misha: Thanks for commenting!
London can be an exciting place to live in as it's so multicultural ^.^... so many festivals & ethnic events are being celebrated every year, allowing us to learn more about each other's backgrounds.

Although, it can get boring at times, believe it or not! =P

MoobeH^ said...

I'm really starting to see a great improvement in your photography skills, your pictures are becoming very impressive.

you seem to have a knack for capturing the moment - really enjoyed the tea @ trafalgar picture and the chinese new year balloon. Thanks!!

' Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Sσrℓisค ... , said...

@ MoobeH^ - Thanks for reading my post (& commenting)!
I hope to keep improving on my photography skills and invest on a professional camera in the near future! Can't wait....!
For now, I'll keep snapping & capturing the moments they come ^.^

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