GPSMyCity – Taking travel guides offline!

Hi All,

I am VERY excited to announce that my ‘Hectic Hanoi’ blog post, that I wrote last year while travelling, has now been PUBLISHED into the largest travel port app of its kind!!! features self-guided city walks and travel articles for 700+ cities worldwide. Theres over 5,500 city walks and travel articles available – spanning over 700 cities across the globe. Now wait for it…

The articles and maps can be saved and used OFFLINE!! Basically its your very own way of making you mobile your personal tour guide!

Each city walk or travel article comes with a travel route plotted on an offline map guiding you to the famous attractions, monuments and interesting sights, as well as hidden gems, as if you had brought along a local guide. How amazing is that?

No more panick attacks from venturing off the beaten path, or carrying multiple maps in your already heavy rucksacks.

You will always have the confidence of knowing where you are, where to go and how to get there!


Please download the FREE app and give my first post a save by clicking HERE on your Android or iOS

LwL x


Happy #NationalTeaDay!!

Did you know its national tea day today?

Yep, there’s a whole day dedicated to Britain’s national drink; and so there should be!

Tea solves world problems, brings people together and gets people through their daily life. Just ask my parents, they have at least 8 cups daily.

Stressful day?..Grab a brew

Had some bad news?.. I’ll put the kettle on

Busy at work? ..Make a Rosie Lee

Losing weight? ..Have a detox remedy

Feeling cold?..Warm up with a Cuppa

Fancy Lunch? ..How about an afternoon tea?

I’m a lover of all things tea I have to say, and I’m definitely a Twining’s girl! Here are my top teas leading up to my all time fav.

cranbNo 4. Cranberry Green Tea

I like green tea for detoxing but I find that it has a bit of a strange taste. The cranberry version adds a bit of a twang making it nicer to drink.

peachiceNo. 3 Peach Ice Tea

Granted I only ever seem to have come across this while travelling in Asia but I was addicted. Give me a glass filled with Ice and a Lipton in the sun and I’m all yours!

earlgreyNo. 2 Earl Grey Tea

This is ones perfect for those winter nights. Earl Grey is just like English Breakfast tea with a slightly more acquired taste. My special brew is a great representation of myself..strong, milky and sweet haha.

lemontea   No.1 Lemon & Ginger tea with a spoonful of honey

My no. 1 has to be this lovely concoction!

I have this every morning to kick start my metabolism for the day. This tea has lots of health benefits including reducing cholesterol thanks to the ginger and lemon is an excellent source of vitamin C.

What’s your favourite teas?


LwL x

The best at Bottomless Brunchin’

For one of my many birthday celebrations, myself and a big group of lovely ladies headed to One Canada Square in Canary Wharf for a bottomless brunch.

Now I have been to many a brunches. The idea of being able to fit as much drink as you can into two hours is very appealing to me haha.

I’ve been to One Canada Square twice now and it’s definitely top of my list overall.

Here’s 5 reasons why I love it..

1. Your glass is never empty 

Believe it or not, although many brunches deem themselves ‘bottomless’, this isn’t always the case. Some places will only serve you your drink while your eating (like at the South Place hotel).

At OCS you can have a Bloody Mary, mimosa, wine or prosecco and as soon as the glass is half full your waiter comes round and tops you up.

2. The food is amazing!

There’s a great selection of food over 3 courses and a 2 or 3 course option.

I had a leek and sweet potato rosti to start and a haddock fish cake in a beautiful spinach sauce for mains.

Ok i confess i also had a sticky toffee pudding to finish (covers eyes in shame).

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Happy Chinese New Year 2016!

Yay it’s the year of the monkey, that’s me!

“Each Chinese New Year is characterised by one of 12 animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac. The Chinese zodiac is divided into 12 blocks (or houses) just like its western counterpart, but with the major difference being that each house has a time-length of one year instead of one month.
This year it’s the Year of the Monkey, the ninth animal in the cycle. The next Year of the Monkey will be in 2028.”

“The personality of the Monkey:

People born in the Year of the Monkey are characterised as lively, quick-witted, curious, innovative and mischievous, but it is also believed to be one of the most unlucky years in the Chinese calendar.

The general image of people in this zodiac sign is of always being smart, clever and intelligent, especially in their career and wealth.

In addition, their gentleness and honesty bring them an everlasting love life. Although they were born with enviable skills, they still have several shortcomings, such as an impetuous temper and a tendency to look down upon others.

Strengths: sociable, innovative, enthusiastic, self-assured

Weaknesses: suspicious, cunning, selfish, arrogant, jealous”

.. Taken from

This is all pretty spot on! It’s a shame I’m apparently unlucky though ha.

We will be celebrating the New Year at a few beach parties tonight in Sihoukanville.

Hope you all have a good’un

LwL x