Chocolate Overload & West End Show* |Life Update


On tuesday i decided to treat George to a well deserved day out in London, and I wanted to share our travels :)
The first stop off point for the day was taking a trip over to 'Choccywoccydoodah', now you may be thinking "have you just made that word up?" and the answer to that is surprisingly no. This place is a chocolate lovers dream with a shop packed with chocolate downstairs, and a chocolate themed cafe upstairs! Basically you get in there and you just don't know where to begin, it's heaven for me. We only really went for the cafe as I was craving a certain item from their menu.
Top: Ice Cream Sundae (Chocolate icecream, brownie pieces, molten chocolate, raspberry coulis, whipped cream, chocolate curls, strawberries and shortbread)
Bottom: Banana Split (Bananas, chocolate vanilla and strawberry icecream, chocolate buttons, melted dark & milk chocolate, whipped cream, cinder toffee, chocolate curls & strawberries)

Admittedly we were defeated by our choices but they were oh so good, and I could eat one right now!

This place is amazing, they do everything from cakes to brownies to milkshakes. I highly recommend the dipping pot & now the banana split! If you want to check it out it's just off Carnaby Street.
After our massive chocolate overload we took a little stroll over to St James's park & chilled for a couple hours and enjoyed the sun before heading back into the hustle & bustle of London's streets.
-My main reason for dragging George up to London with me was to take him to see the well talked about show 'The Book Of Mormon'. We had both been cracking on about it for ages saying how much we wanted to go, but the tickets were just too god damn expensive but one day i thought 'Ay what the heck' and brought a pair of tickets.
Now after watching it the money i paid was so worth it, and i'm so glad we were both able to experience it. To my knowledge it's not going to be in London for much longer (i could be wrong) so if you're thinking of going GO! I was laughing and smiling the whole way through, however i would warn you there is a lot of inappropriate language, so if you get offended easily this show is not for you. 
Definitely, definitely not for you...

All in all we both had a lovely day out and were absolutely zonked on the train journey home. 
I do love London.
Take Care

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