Little Bud Flower Love

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“The language of flowers, sometimes called floriography, is a means of cryptological communication through the use or arrangement of flowers. … Armed with floral dictionaries, Victorians often exchanged small “talking bouquets”, called nosegays or tussie – mussies, which could be worn or carried as a fashion accessory.” (Wikipedia)

Young Londoners know a thing or two about nosegays, let me tell you. Continue reading

Kung Fu Courthouse

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I did  Kung Fu in an old courthouse. Correction; an old, haunted, courthouse. A friend of mine has bought this historic building, Old Sessions House, in Farringdon, and it’s about to become a wine bar, restaurant, roof top pool terrace, food court; place I wanna be! I got a grand tour of the building on Saturday, and seeing as my friend is a bit of a Kung Fu aficionado, we busted some moves (I still have bruises on my legs) in the area where the judges used to eat, feast, gossip. We also meditated, sang some country songs and talked about Tantra camps in India (how is this not on everyone’s travel itinerary?) Continue reading

LondonSwedes – First Episode!

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Happy Thursday Swedes, Londoners and everyone else! Here is my first episode presenting for a new YouTube channel, produced by www.londonsvenskar.com

We want to bring you everything London related – anything from special topics and interviews to general tips on what to do/where to go. In this episode,  I went to three unique places you can visit with a date; cats, cinemas and sexy hotels are all in the mix. If you have any suggestions or requests for future episode, leave a comment below! I think we have some pretty good ones coming up for you… so stay tuned!

xx Alexicat

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