Dalston Street Feast + Curve Garden Time

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We have got a new market in Dalston! Every Friday night (!) hidden away in a car park there is a little food festival going on during the summer: The Street Feast Dalston.
I love our neighborhood so much, it's constantly developing.
The best thing is that this is happening literally next door to our house.
We went for Indian food. Dave couldn' get enough of the the Bhajis.
I had a very very good mango ice cream for desert.
I will sure be back to that ice cream stand and will try a different flavor every week.
Salted caramel is next! What a great way to start the weekend with such a treat.

Also just a few steps down the road opened the green oasis of the community garden Dalston Curve.
I go there as soon as I have a free minute and the sun is out. I always bring my diary and write all sorts of ideas and lists down. Somehow all the green inspires me instantly every time.
This time of year its extra lush over there, every little inch is flourishing and blooming.
I actually saw the biggest sunflowers in my life there!
The whole set up and decorations are made with so much love.
I can't thank the people that started that place enough.

As you might have noticed I am in the process to redesigning our blog.
There are still some little tweaks to do, so please excuse that it looks a little messy for the time being.
It's work in progress; )

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45 comments

  1. you make summer in london look so tempting. I could almost hop on a flight, to look for myself. and I love that you're cherishing change. have a wonderful week! xx

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  2. I agree, you do make London look appealing, and I usually avoid it at all costs! I love the hazy summer feel of your photos.

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    1. Yes we do love it! We will def leave London with love and are grateful for all our wonderful experiences we made here! This is the city, where we met.
      It just feels like it's time to move on for us.
      We hope to find Sydney just as great!

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  3. Lovely pictures! The salted caramel ice cream sounds delicious - hope it doesn't disappoint when you do try it :)

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  4. London is a love-hate relationship.
    When your young that game is quite fun and exciting, however as we get older we realize that we can't keep playing. It get's quite exhausting and seems to go in circles.

    It has been amazing though and we are making a love- and miss- list for London over the coming weeks.

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  5. oh rob ryan bunting...everything is so charming and beautiful.
    And such a lovely photos!

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  6. All the photos in your blog are so beautiful! I am loving your blog! Have a lovely day!

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  7. Love your new blog design so much! I will email you my button asap (sorry I'm so behind on emails!). London looks lovely, but Sydney is as well, promise x

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    1. Thanks lady! Glad to hear you like it.

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  8. Wow, so beautiful! Gorgeous photos and blog :)

    Liebe Grüße!

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  9. great pics! love the idea of trying a new ice cream flavour every week!

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  10. Oooh salted caramel ice cream sounds divine. Lovely pictures xx

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  11. Beautiful photos! I love finding places like that! I'd love some mango ice cream right now. Yum!

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  12. Wonderful...these are so peaceful. I love icecream, so trying a new kind each time sounds fantastic :) xx

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  13. My goodness, you say the weather in Sicily must be lovely and then you post photos like these! It looks so dreamy and hazy and gorgeous in London this time of year. I would love to escape to that garden and journal and make lists and be inspired...

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    1. It was actually a very wet & cold summer over here. We are trying to make the most of every sunny day, but they are pretty rare.
      Thanks for your sweet comment.

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  14. oh, green inspires me too as well. being around just a little is like an instant relaxing boost!
    markets like that in the summer are so fun!

    happy summer and beautiful photos!

    danica

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  15. Food and festival... those are two words that go perfectly together. Looks like a lot of fun!

    P.S. Loving the new blog design. Great work! :)

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    1. Thank you! Glad to hear that you liking it.

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  16. You live in such a cool neighborhood. I would love to have something like that so close.

    *Erin

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  17. ugh... I just want a cheeeeeeseburger now.

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  18. That looked like it was such a fun time!! And ice cream =YUM!
    Xx

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  19. Mmm I feel like eating indian food tonight. So many lovely pics! Your neighbourhood sounds like fun.

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  20. love the pictures! I have always wanted to try out a food festival. Nashville has them all the time I can just never seem to make time to go.

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  21. it's a great opportunity to meet your neighbours and have some peaceful moments!
    thank you to visit me, you images are amazing

    Pretty To Be Happy

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  22. Unmistakable style, classy and sophistication with a cool and youthful touch.

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  23. this looks really fun and the ice cream looks delicious

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  24. Oooh, that food fest sounds like fun! And it sounds like you live in a great area - any place with a lot of food choices is perfect!

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  25. lovely photos again...

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  26. Hi! Thanks for your comment. Just checking out your blog and it's really good - is this the new layout you talked about? If so, I likey :)

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  27. Thanks for your comment on my blog<3 Hope you stop by again:) I love these photos they are so antique! Really pretty.

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  28. I really miss this sense of community that I had living in the US... Or would definitely love to do it in London!!! Haha!!!!

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  29. Wow, that little food festival in the evening sounds awesome, I would love to do something similar in my home town. Guess you could have some awesome chilly nights in the summer :)

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  30. You absolutely live in a great neighborhood! Looks like so much fun (& yummieness ;D )

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  31. great pictures as always! and i am loving the little changes you have made to the blog. too perfect!
    xo TJ

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  32. Hi Liv and Dave :) Both the Street Feast and the garden sound wonderful. As does that mango ice cream. I've never had that flavour and I bet it was good!

    Loulou

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  33. Looks like SO much fun! Lovely photos. I love those sunflowers - what a great photo!

    xo everything-pretty.com

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  34. Lovely pics! Great life! LOTS OF HUGS

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  35. Street markets are absolutely great...and full of life... I lov * it,
    Stunning photos on this blog!x

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  39. Looks like a deliciously good time! Great photos as always!

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    Quiet Luxury

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  40. mmm salted caramel sounds delicious! Yum.

    Your pictures, and hair, and clothes are all so lovely.

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  41. adore the photographs! I have always wanted to check out a foodstuff festival. Clarksville provides them the time I could just never seem to spend some time to get

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