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Londen; day 1

Hello!

I went to Londen a few days ago. Only stayed there for 1 night, but it was awesome. I love Londen. I went with my mum and we had such a good time together.

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We had an high tea, which wasn’t completely vegan, but most of the thing were vegan so everything else was for mum. 😄
Since I watched Sherlock on Netflix (about 2 years ago) I wanted to go to Bakerstreet.  I don’t know why but I’ve been in Londen 2 times since but never went there. So today we decided to go!

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Here I am,  in front of his house. I was totally fan girling there. I doubt that’s even a verb, but you probably get what I mean.

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We walked around the old Dickens streets and ate lunch in the sun. We ate dinner around Picadilly circus, and did some shopping. I only bought a bag in the Disney store. Cinderella is on it.

I already knew that you can eat a lot as a vegan in Londen, you just have to look good and go to different places. The tourist restaurant don’t have vegan options on their menu, but the local restaurants do. And you can of course always ask for it. I made a video about my day, you can see it here. I hope I made you all want to go to Londen. It’s amazing, definitely worth a visit.

Love,
xx Jazzie

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Boxing day; share

Hello!

I’m still in Brussel with my family. We’re having a great time, filled with good food and nice talks. And the best of all are all the jokes and believe me, we made a lot of them.

Today we walked through Brussel and we saw a lot of gypsies. Some were sitting with a cup, others were sleeping. I wanted to do something for them but I didn’t knew what. So I gave them what I just bought; some 70% pure chocolate. I gave my bar to a man who wore a Santa suit. He smiled and kept making a bow gesture. I felt happy afterwards.

Later we were having a drink at a square and a man was playing the guitar. He sang pretty good. He didn’t look unhappy. He was only wearing a thin coat. I felt sorry for him, I was wearing my expensive clothes and shoes and what did he had? He had his music. So I went out there and I bought a cd, his cd. It was 10 euro but worth every cent. He and his wife looked so happy.

So the message I sent out this last day of celebration is; share. Share love. Share money. Share what you have left. It will make other people feel better, and it will give you such a good feeling. You made someone happy. 

I shared my chocolate bar with him, and the men seemed so happy. I have him little but got something big in return; love.

We sometimes forget what we have, and we forget what we have left. Things we don’t use, can be extremely useful for someone else. Things we have in abundance can give others joy. So share today. Share love, share hope or even money. Give away what you have too much.

Love,

xx Jazzie