Wednesday, December 21, 2016

It's starting to look a lot like Christmas...

Christmas decorations in Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Christmas decorations at home

The annual tradition of iced spiced Christmas biscuits (here with chocolate instead of icing)

Christmas porridge (featuring cranberries and chocolate chips)

Shopping centre Christmas festivities (Bluewater, Kent)

Local lights (apologies for the blur)

Outdoor ice skating (I didn't partake)

Wishing you all a very happy holiday period and a wonderful start to 2017!

17 comments:

  1. I love the Polar bear. The town where I work has put on a poor show, many of the lights are out on Happy christmas, the best place is Cardiff - but i have not seen it at its best in the evening with the lights on :( I was hoping to go this evening for a meal with friends but its got cancelled. ah times like this I miss living in Glasgow.

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    1. I imagine Glasgow is wonderful at Christmas. I hope you enjoyed the festive period anyway though!

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  2. all looks gorgeous - I want to be in the UK now and eating your bikkies - hope you and family have a special first christmas

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  3. It looks lovely a festive (very different from the horrid humidity here at the moment!). Your porridge looks delicious, and I love the Christmas lights - they're one of my favourite traditions too. Hope you and the rest of the Bite family enjoy a wonderful first Christmas together x

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  4. Merry Christmas Kari! I enjoyed the photos - the shopping centre looks gorgeous.

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  5. Merry Christmas everything looks beautiful, see you in the New Years xx
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  7. I seem to recognise that shopping centre and high street Kari!...its been so long since I visited your blog! Hope you had a fantastic christmas girlie!

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  8. Happy belated Christmas -- hope it was filled with good food and twinkly lights! Roll on 2017!

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  9. How beautiful. I think England does Christmas decorations so very well xx

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    1. It really does - helping to make up for the short winter days :-)

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