LONDON DAY TRIP: DORSET & THE JURASSIC COAST

jurassic coast

Around over two hours from London by car, the Jurassic Coast makes a wonderful day or weekend trip from London if you are looking for stunning seaside views and cute towns.

Wait! Jurassic Coast? Am I going to see dinosaurs?

You wish! The 154km long Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. It spans from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset.

Why is it called Jurassic Coast? Well, this site has around 185 million years of geological history. Erosion in the coast has exposed rock formations from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, and this is why it is a World Heritage Site. The fossils of the various creatures who lived here have been preserved in the rocks. You can actually see sea shells, and who knows what else, encrusted in them.

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THE ULTIMATE LIST OF VEGAN RESTAURANTS IN LONDON

THE ULTIMATE LIST OF VEGAN RESTAURANTS IN LONDON

What up? Vegan for over three years and London expert here. This is the ultimate guide of London’s best vegan restaurants (and vegan friendly) restaurants in the capital. If I’m missing any new vegan restaurants in London, please let me know in the comments section below.


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The Ultimate List Of Vegan Restaurants In London: Wicked Vegan
via happycow.net

Wicked Vegan

Wicked Vegan serve delicious vegan burgers, baps and wraps. Their patties are made from scratch!

Recommend?: Haven’t been yet.

Fully vegan?: Yes

Website: https://wickedvegan.uk/

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BRIGHTON BUCKET LIST

[DISCLAIMER] This article was written towards the end of the Coronavirus pandemic with the hopes things go back to normal soon. They may not and I’ll revise the article once they do as some of the venues mentioned may have closed permanently.

BRIGHTON BUCKET LIST
BRIGHTON BUCKET LIST: Brighton Bandstand

Brighton is so close to London and is the perfect destination for a weekend trip! It’s only an hour away by train and has tons of cool things to do as it’s a decently sized city…with a beach! Here’s a run down of all the things Brighton.

Brighton Bucket List: Things To Do in Brighton

Admire Brighton’s street art

Brighton has earned international reputation over the last few years for its stunning and original graffiti artwork dotted around the city. Check out a replica of Banksy’s ‘Kissing Cops’ at Prince Albert’s Pub as well as the Music Mural in the same place. If you are into street art you can find more arts locations here.

BRIGHTON BUCKET LIST: Prince Albert's Pub
BRIGHTON BUCKET LIST: Prince Albert’s Pub

Take a cycling tour of the city

Take this Grand Brighton Bike Tour as soon as you hop off the train. You can also enjoy the city at twilight by taking this 1 hour 30 minute tour visiting iconic landmarks, through Brighton’s colourful past to the present. Discover the real history of Brighton. There are many stops along the way, and a great chance to take some haunting photos!

Get brunch and buy vintage clothes at North Laine

North Laine has a happening, bohemian vibe with vegetarian cafes, vintage clothing stores, and jewelry stalls centred on busy Kensington Gardens pedestrian road. The vintage stores are really well curated and have prices that are a lot more reasonable than London’s.

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LONDON: THE CAULDRON REVIEW

THE CAULDRON LONDON
The Cauldron London

Harry Potter. Creating potions using a wand. Who could not love that? Well I surely do and this is actually a thing in The Cauldron, an immersive cocktail experience based in Dalston.

Upon arrival to the venue, you’ll be handed a box with a wand of special characteristics to use throughout the experience. You’ll proceed downstairs to your post and don a robe like you’ve just joined Hogwarts. The set up of the scene could easily pass for the Potions class held by Professor Snape in said establishment.

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