More of Greenwich

Happy Thursday!

Last year, I blogged about one of my favourite spots in London, Greenwich in the Beauty of the Surroundings: Greenwich post. By the start of April last year, most flowers bloomed and brightened the city. This year, the Spring start has been a little slower. but, it is coming along. My first thing I did when the weather warmed up a little was go again to greenwich to walk around the city. I went around the beautiful University of Greenwich. It is located in a world heritage site. It was designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the end of the 17th century. From the university I went to the banks of the River Thames, where central London was sparkling beautifully on the other side. At the end of the walk, I passed by the Cutty Sark Clipper Ship from the outside. There are lots of restaurants around there and the greenwich market, which I will do a special post on in the future. Enjoy these few snaps I took there! :)  

Royal Teas, Greenwich

Greenwich is such a lovely place. While taking a machine knitting course in the greenwich community college. I found this little place, Royal Teas, and totally loved it! The colours of the interior are warm and quirky with the hanging flower and different art work.  

Simple & Cozy 

Decor with coffee and old tins

Their menu was all vegetarian, which was great and it tasted so good! They also served loose teas and yummy milkshakes. I recommend eating lunch their. 

First Time I went + Second time I went

Did I mention they have they most gorgeous homemade cakes? really worth a try. Worth every calorie ;)


Coconut cake and chocolate cake!

If you are ever in Greenwich, you must try this place :)

Beauty in the Surroundings: Greenwich

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today was one of those gorgeous sunny days that are RARE here in the UK! I was up early for a machine knitting class in Greenwich Community College, which I will review this weekend. On the way,  I couldn't help but notice the beautiful surroundings! Greenwich is such a lovely and quiet area with a lot of beautiful spots and colourful doors :) I felt very blessed walking there & taking pictures was a MUST! *mashallah* 

A mysterious path + Signs of spring! Other trees are still catching up 

Greenwich Park + A lovely house and vibrant garden! The purple and yellow combo is GREAT!

Very trendy door with the mint green colour painted on! + Hot pink door! My favourite colour! 

Bright blue door that match the trousers I was wearing! + Door with stained glass

Old door that reminded me of old glorious movie scenes + A big white house that reminded me of Spanish and Mexican architecture

Lovely smelling flowers with all spring colours on Royal hill + Gorgeous local produce on Royal Hill

Fresh Bread and cheese fromCheeseboard.They do local deliveries + Of course there was a bookstore there! All these books were 1 pound each!