Sunday, 21 August 2016

London part 2




Yay, on my way to the Roald Dahl experience (The Wondercrump )
I am so excited I wonder what it will be like. What is your favorite Roald Dahl book? Please tell me your answer in the comments. Mine is either The BFG or Danny Champion of the World.


It looks amazing even though it's not started yet.
Oooh I'm so excited.


This is the end of the Wondercrump experience. This is the wall of trumps!
I won't say what happened inside as they like to keep it secret and off social media so it doesn't spoil it for other people. These are the only bits we were allowed to show.
But what I can say is... it was splendiferous!!


This is the story title creator.
If you had to make a silly story title what would it be?
Please give me your answers in the comments.


This is a beautiful looking cafe it looks very old and cosy.
What do you think of the cafe?


This is a hot chocolate shop and they sell all things chocolate. The hot chocolate comes in lots of flavours too, like cinnamon or chilli.


 It takes them ages to make it, they carve lots of shreds to go on the top - dark, milk and white choc,  and then pile them on high..
This is them shredding the chocolate


This is what it looks like when it's finished:


Mmm it was delicious but I couldn't finish it all!
What do you think of it?


This is me with some lemonade on a bench chatting with my Dad, as you do. It's a place called Neals Yard which has lots of health food places and benches for a quiet break away from the hustle and bustle.



In Covent Garden they have a lovely indian restaurant called Masala Zone.
The ceiling is full of hanging puppets from India and the food is very nice and unusual.

Please feel free to answer my questions in the comments.
Happy holidays everyone!

Monday, 1 August 2016

London part 1



I recently went on a trip to London (with my parents obviously.) 


"Are we there yet..."


At the Waldorf Astoria fancy doorway.


Everywhere was fancy, especially the ceilings.



Lovely chandelier, it was very grand.


Sneaky heelie-ing in the corridor.


Cool sweeties. I bought some, it was too tempting!


A lovely looking cupcake shop. The cakes looked delicious. It made me want to make some when I got home. Whats your favourite cupcake?


Beautiful flowers in Covent Garden which is always full of life and entertainment.


Walking around with my dad. It was very fun in London.
What is your favourite holiday? Please tell me in the comments.

To be continued...

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Tom Gates


What is it all about:
This book is about a young boy called Tom Gates. He has a grumpy sister called Delia and a boy in his class called Marcus Meldrew who he thinks is an idiot. There's a teacher called Mrs Worthington (tash). He has a best friend called Derek and they're in a band called Dog Zombies.



Who are the main characters:
The main characters are Tom Gates, Derek, Delia and Marcus.


Why/why not I liked the story:
I liked the story because it is really funny and enjoyable to read.


I have read 4/8 of the books in 1 week.

I'm not going to tell you the funniest bit because I don't want to spoil it for you but I will give you a clue in the word mummy.

If you want more of Tom Gates click  
HERE to visit his blog



Please tell me how much you enjoy reading Tom Gates in the comments.

Sunday, 23 August 2015

Sunday, 31 May 2015

spelt oaties

 These are really fun, quick to make and they taste great.


ingredients:
110g (4oz butter)
110g (4oz) soft brown sugar
175g (6oz) white spelt flour
175g (6oz) oats
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
2 tablespoons milk

Before you start, ask an adult to turn the oven on to warm up to 150c/130f/gas2


1. First you need to cream the butter and sugar together. I would recommend using a wooden spoon.
2. Then add the oats and mix together.


3. Now sieve the bicarbonate of soda with the flour.
4.Then add the milk to it.


5. Now squidge it together into one big lump.
6. Some people use a rolling pin and cut neat shapes, but we make little balls then squoosh them flat. 

They might look bit like this:


Cook them for 20 minutes..


Then you can eat them when they've cooled down.
I prefer them with fruit but my paraents like cheese and chutney.

If you have any recipes you'd like me to try, please let me know in the comments!

BON APPETIT!

Thursday, 21 May 2015

liz earle halloween


In October I did a shoot for liz earle skincare for halloween and it has been posted on youtube here and the video is at the top of this page. It was definitely an unusual day for me.

 I went on the train to London with my dad, the studio was near a river in East London.


When I first got there I felt very nervous and scared but when I saw what they were going to do I felt excited and happy.



The studio was really plain, just plain white. There were cameras everywhere, it was really cool. There was a make-up artist that did the face paint and a lady that did the cleanse and polish to take the make-up off. It was a really good day. There were other children having it done, but with other halloween characters and they are on youtube too. All the people at the studio were really nice.


Have you done  any weird and wonderful adventures or just a fun day out?
Please tell me in the comments :-)