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Möchten Sie Earl Grey Tee?

Ja, wir hatten englischen Nachmittagstee mit unserer Freundin, Sylvia aus Düsseldorf in einem charmanten hotel in Kensington. Read more…

What a difference a day makes!

That was the day before when we were all scruffy! Read more…

Rusty reporting from last month’s Hyde Park Meet …

Introducing Rusty, our guest blogger!  We were all away at the last meet, so Rusty took charge! Read more…

Dr. Who? What? Where?

On the Eastern entrance to Earl’s Court Underground Station stands a TARDIS, we were told!
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Easter lunch and egg hunt at M!

Before any hunt or eats, we went to church on Easter Sunday. Read more…

Happy Easter!

Elaborate Easter decorations at The Ivy Chelsea Garden. Their decorations are always spectacular – hoomans passing by always stop to admire and like us, take photographs. 🙂 Read more…

London in bloom

There was a reason why Mummy painted this door purple. To match the wisteria! Read more…

Are you getting dressed again?

When Mummy opens up her wardrobe to changes her clothes – it becomes a guessing game. Read more…

I can do this all day long

Mummy’s “bed-ridden” today and guess what happens?!?!?! Tummy rubs! Read more…

Pretty and Cool London

We were going to the Chiltern Firehouse for dinner when we spotted this beautiful Spring display at the lovely By Appointment Only Design florist. Read more…

“Irasshaimase!” いらしゃいませ means “welcome.”

I-ra-sha-i-ma-se” – they called out. “Welcome!” – and we were!  Read more…

We’re back to being city dogs … can you tell?

A beautiful April Spring Sunday morning and we were off early to Kensington Gardens. Read more…

Size matters. Small dog shall fly … much easier

I weigh 6kg and when I am inside the Sleepy Pod Air I am less than 8kg which fits most airlines requirement. Read more…

Sharing stories

Oh wow! Look at all these goodies and pressies you brought back, George. Thank you! Read more…

The Return

Here I come!!! Read more…

A little bit of Sweden in London

Do you remember our friend Maddie who moved to Oslo?   Read more…

You + Me + NYC = L.O.V.E.

Gosh, it seems like ages since that last night in NYC.  It’s been a whirlwind since we came home. Read more…

I’m on the see-saw!

Hooray! I did it!!! I can now do the see-saw! Read more…

It’s not very PC to call me a mutt

When in America, it is politically INcorrect to call mixed breeds a mutt – we were told! LOL! Read more…

Thanks for the memories

It was fun to look back at the photos from the past week.  I had a busy social calendar Mummy was running all over the place so I could meet up with pooches and hoomans, especially the munchkin ones. Read more…

Pre-boarding priviledges – the journey home

Mummy couldn’t believe her ears when the staff at the boarding gate told us to go to the pre-boarding queue!!!! Read more…

Just being dog!

Me and my pals at House of Mutt conferring on what to do next on another busy day … Read more…

This is why we came to NYC!

We’ve had busy days leading up to the night of the launch but tonight is the night why we came to NYC! Read more…

Retail therapy in NYC!

Since we can’t go into restaurants, we went shopping instead – and this was much easier Read more…

Paw-tying with Nikko in NYC!

Back in New York City and there’s no stopping us!  Nikko and I went partying in downtown Manhattan! Read more…

Me and my imperfections …

It is already time for my check-ups and de-worming tablets before we leave for home – not more than five days and not less than 24 hours before we re-enter the UK. Read more…

Means of transportation

Seriously, Mummy?” I asked.

Yes, darling. Places to go and people to see. So let’s get going!” Mummy responded Read more…

Little Black Dog at White Dog Cafe

While at Philly, Aunty May-Mei and Uncle Swee Lim took us to lunch at the very appropriate White Dog Cafe. Read more…

The Thinker vs The Intuitive

After 24 hours in D.C. it was time for Philly! Bella went with us to the train station. Read more…

George goes to D.C.

After one full day in NYC, Mummy took advantage of the jet lag factor and made plans for us to take a VERY early train to Washington D.C. Read more…