My lovely friend Pippa, who I’ve known since my days at Derby Uni only lives up the road in Reading so we often try to catch up, and this time she was coming to me for the day. The weather was beautiful so we decided to spend the day exploring Brick Lane’s Sunday Up Market in The Old Truman Brewery and Spitalfields Traders Market.
In preparation for the Moonwalk next Saturday, this week has involved a lot of walking. I decided to snap away when I was out and about to combine walking training with my love of playing the tourist card whenever possible. These photos have been taken in Regents Park, St James’ Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and along my walk to work..enjoy!
This coming May, Mum and I are taking part in the London MoonWalk. This is a marathon long walk through London, over night. This is one of many walks taking place to raise awareness and much needed funds for Breast Cancer research. It’s the first time we’ve taken part, so it shall certainly be an experience.
Summer is fast approaching and finally I have managed a walk to work without the winter coat on. I have my doubts and I’m sure the cold weather will appear once again before we reach the summer months, but we have made it to April and slowly but surely, London is heating up.
Summer 2015 will be my first proper summer in London. Excited much? I have a list the length of my arm of places I still want to see and new foodie places to try out. So I’ve listed just a few things I aim to do over the next 5 or 6 months.
I have now lived in our fab Capital for six months and I’m loving London just as much as when I first moved here. Although I am often out doing something or eating somewhere, I haven’t made the slightest dent in what London has to offer. I don’t think feeling bored is possible as there is always plenty to do, regardless of your budget or location.
Hello, I’m now a Londoner!
I have successfully made the move to our wonderful Capital, started a fab new job and I’ve moved into a lovely teeny tiny flat in the South West. Considering I lived out of a backpack for 12 months with only 2 weeks worth of clothing; space..who needs it?
This month, with the help of my very talented artist of a Brother, James, I have discovered the wonders of Leake Street. Minutes from Waterloo station, Leake Street is a place where many artists and art enthuisasts go to paint/graffiti/tag legally. The place is covered.