Tis Christmas time again

Khai and I went on our yearly visit to the west end to see the Christmas lights and to hit the shops.





The Trafalgar Square tree


Then the toy shops.







25 Things to do this Christmas



On the twenty fourth day of Christmas Me myself and Khai gave to me Winter wonderland in Hyde Park.


At Hyde Park not very well hidden amongst the trees is the Christmastime attraction winter wonderland.  Once you enter you’ll be enveloped by countless wonderful fairground rides, food outlets, and Father Christmas grotto over in Santa land, the Christmas market, enormous Observational Wheel, two circuses Zippos Christmas circus and Cirque Extreme, ice skating rink.


The fair ground rides start at £2 which equals two tokens which can be purchased and the many ticket booths. The wheel, circuses and ice rink range from around £10 for an adult and £5.50 a child (this by the way is just a rough estimate).


There is something for everyone it has such a great atmosphere.  Everything is child friendly and winter wonderland is free of charge to enter.


At night this place looks beautiful all lit up and sparkly.  We had a great time even though it rained form the moment we arrived to the moment we left.

We will be going again next year that’s for sure!

until 3rd jan

link: http://www.hydeparkwinterwonderland.com/


25 Things to do this Christmas


On the twenty-first day of Christmas Me Myself and Khai gave to me Christmas Teddy Bear’s Picnic at Keats House

Today at Keats House situated near Hampstead Heath there will be lots of well known and festive songs, stories and poems, if your taking you lil one along you must not forget your teddy bear and Santa hat.

It’s FREE.

21 December 2011

15:00 – 16:00

For more info click this link: http://www.keatshouse.cityoflondon.gov.uk/167-736/Christmas%2bTeddy%2bBear-e2-80-99s%2bPicnic.html

25 Things to do this Christmas

On the twentieth day of Christmas Me Myself and Khai gave to me Christmas in the Wartime House

17 December 2011 – 31 December 2011

11.00am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 4.00pm

At the Imperial War museum you can see what Christmas would have been like during World War Two.  There will be free talks and different activities available.

Great for children of all ages but they must have an accompanying adult present.  


25 Thing to do this Christmas

On the eighteenth day of Christmas me myself and Khai gave to me  Covent Garden’s Christmas display.

Khai and I went to Covent Garden today to look at the beautiful display of twinkling lights and large red and mirrored baubles decorating the market.

The market was buzzing with the many people doing their Christmas shopping, street artist were ever present, there where mimes, Santa’s, jugglers and so on. 

Khai was not impressed with santa he imformed me that “this is not santa mummy he doesn’t have a red nose”.

In the east piazza there is an amazing 15 foot reindeer made from topiary and covered in clear lights, that is apart from it large red nose.

The west piazza boast an incredible Christmas tree seated in a large terracotta pot wrapped in the biggest bow and dressed in red shiny bauble.

There is so much to do and see there!  However khai and I unfortunately didn’t stay very long as he wanted to go back on the tube and began to moan, so we left with a few Christmas gifts and lots of Christmas spirit.