8 July 2018

Summer in London & a little recap


It's been a busy 3 and a half weeks back in North London. The introvert within me is a little tired from all of the social interactions, but glad to have experienced them. I've worked. I've caught up with some dear friends and had new friends visit from Sweden, Austria & Germany - all people who I met whilst travelling on the other side of the planet. Holly & I acted as tour guides, showing them as much of London as possible. I've been to central London 6 times in the past week, possibly spending a little too much on my Oyster card (and in Pret). The V&A. The Natural History Museum.  Henri Moore Studios & Gardens. Southbank. Kew Gardens. Covent Garden. Spitalfields. Holborn. I saw a great play at the Wyndham Theatre starring Alfred Enoch. I ate at Gaby's Deli twice in once week. My Mum is over for the week-end. I was at London Pride which was incredible to see. England qualified for the semi-finals. And the sunshine! Over a week of consecutive sunshine, a true rarity here in the UK. I am in love with Florence & The Machine's new album High As Hope. I found her new book Useless Magic: Lyrics & Poetry in a book shop and bought it within moments of seeing it. I've been busy busy busy. But good busy. And I feel so incredibly lucky and grateful. I'm enjoying my time here before I head back home. Here's a little recap of the past few weeks, seen through the lens of my phone. It's been a while since I did this kind of post, but I'm glad to have done it. Enjoy the sunshine everyone. Go out. Meet up with friends. Ring your grand-parents. Have a good week-end x

Summer


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