Fri 16 Sep
A DAY IN CAMDEN MARKET BY INTREPID TRAVEL BLOGGER, MOLLIE BYLETT
All sunkissed skin and sandy flipflops, one scroll through Mollie Bylett’s postcard perfect Instagram feed is enough to make you want to pack your bags and travel the world. You can follow her (if only through your screen) through her blog ‘Where’s Mollie’. Envy guaranteed, this 20-something will get your wanderlust going in no time.
Here’s what caught her eye in Camden.
KERB CAMDEN MARKET
‘If you’re like me and you can never choose just one thing off the menu at a restaurant, then KERB Camden Market is your kind of heaven. It’s packed with street food! The aromas of cuisines from all over the world remind me of all the memories and adventures I’ve had in these places.’
‘I love this street. It’s so picture perfect. A matcha latte from Lantana + sunshine on my skin = happy Mollie.’
‘Living just outside of London, I’ve always gone to Camden Market to pick up vintage when I’m home. Power Dressing – a great vintage shop full of original 80s and 90s second hand clothing – is new to the Market. There’s a great selection of oversized shirts and cardigans.’
‘Imagine choosing from your cereal cupboard of dreams and then being able to cosy up in bed with your bowl… at any time of day. Well Cereal Killers brings that dream to life. You’ve got to try Reece’s Puffs, Fruit Loops and Lucky Charms – American flavours I’ve discovered on my travels and super hard to find in the UK.’