Due to the lack of a proper routine and stocked kitchen,
I am eating out more than usual.
I've been eating at my new local eaterie, Toasted in Lordship Lane.
I tried to be healthy and ordered a squid salad.
It was so delicious but this always ends up a false economy.
I needed to order something else at another place immediately afterwards because
I didn't want them to think I was a pig that I am.
But this was a hit for my palate and my stomach.
Sounds weird but that fat is like tasty salty butter.
I love this poster that hangs on the walls of their bar.
The sun is going down sooner but I must admit
I do like the way London lights its streets.
Doesn't the Royal Opera House look beautiful?
Had dinner nearby but needed to change my shoes
as I was in sneakers so
I went into these increasingly rare telephone boxes nearby.
I wore for the first time.
Lucky I was documenting it as I noticed some torn up prostitute advertising cards were stuck to the bottom of my shoes.
Not a good look.
You thought you were done when you chose a right bag
as your accessory right?
But do you accessorize your accessory like my friend?
Apparently, these VW Camper vans are no longer going to be made but they are very popular.
These are always parked together - must be a huge family.
A new cafe opened right by the house with all the camper vans.
I like the mosaic with full on plates intact - quite fun.
The autumn light has its own charm albeit colder.
As I walked by one of the mansion blocks next to the hall,
I saw that the scaffolding had been burnt!
Seems like it was caused by a street light.
Insurance surveyors are going to be busy...
I have been walking past this house on Church Street for years
but think I might drop a note to the owners
that they need to build a bigger atrium.
Am finding the new journey into "town" stressful
as you can see below on the train platform.
So still hitching rides on Mr CSW's vespa when I can.
Traffic is not much better on the roads though.The UK's love of kebabs always intrigues me.
East London is definitely more colorful than west London.
There is the Tower of London and London Bridge.
I tried to take better pics for you this time around.
Not all riverside property is quaint...
Children's books have changed since my day...
To be honest, I don't even know what this really means but
it was in the Christie's auction house window.
I can match real life images to a wallpaper.
This is a tree in my new park that reminds me of this
de Gournay wallpaper that was in the lobby of the Decorex fair.