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3 / Where there is love, there is light

Lumiere London was an outdoor light festival, which took place from the 14th to 17th January in various locations in London. That Friday, my boyfriend and I went to London especially to see the installations. Firstly we had lunch at Shoryu Ramen. It was my first time at the restaurant, but the food I had from that visit was amazing enough to turn it into my favourite Japanese restaurant. Although Shoryu Ramen is supposed to specialise in ramen, my favourite dish was the hirata buns and I definitely recommend you to try this. Funny thing how I told my Japanese friend about this restaurant and she said the food is not as good compared to Japan. I can imagine how Japanese food in Japan are cheaper and better, but until I visit Japan, the food in Shoryu Ramen will be enough to satisfy my cravings.

After lunch, we walked around Regent street. Just before the festival starts, we decided to change to Kings Cross, since majority of the installations was there. It was quite easy to find the installations by following the crowd. I enjoyed majority of the installations, my favourite being Keyframes. Unfortunately I didn't visit as many installations I wanted to, since we left London early because I wasn't feeling too well.

I've always wanted to visit Vivid Sydney after seeing photos from other bloggers. Although Lumiere London isn't on the same scale as Vivid Sydney, it was good enough for me and I hope there's another one in the future.

"We've all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That's who we really are."



Hirata buns


Table of food
Shoryu Ramen. Food: 5/5. Price: 4/5. Atmosphere: 4.5/5. Service: 4.5/5

Keyframes at Regent street. My favourite installation.

Dress at King's Cross.

Light Graffiti
Light Graffiti at King's Cross

Litre of Light
Litre of Light at King's Cross

Garden of Light
Garden of Light at King's Cross.

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