About Jade
I am half Spanish, half English, and I lived in Iceland for five months. I don’t like soggy bread and I really love roast dinners and tea. By day I try to be a creative copywriter, visual poet and voice over artist but most of the time it’s just me juggling my life around. When I was little, I was told not to talk to strangers but now It has become my favorite hobby.
http://www.jadederobles.com
Current city: London
Other cities: Barcelona
I am half Spanish, half English, and I lived in Iceland for five months. I don’t like soggy bread and I really love roast dinners and tea. By day I try to be a creative copywriter, visual poet and voice over artist but most of the time it’s just me juggling my life around. When I was little, I was told not to talk to strangers but now It has become my favorite hobby.
 
There are many quirky book stores in London, but I really love the selection that Daunt Books have, they often have bespoke editions which you won't find in other book stores. Also, the people that work there are so helpful and knowledgable. I can never stop myself from walking in!
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I grew up around this area - it really is a gem of a place. The interior is so cool, with sort of organised clutter everywhere. They have a little garden and they serve food. Its not the best in the world, but the whole experience there is great.
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