Hockney at the Tate

Really happy to have caught the Hockney exhibition on the last day 🙂

Daunt Books, Marylebone

One of the most alluring bookshops in London, with an extensive travel section.

He’s the man, the man with the Midas touch

This somewhat innocuous modernist building was designed by and the home of architect Erno Goldfinger. His name was used in the James Bond film. It’s worth a visit on a rainy day, especially one of the guided tours in which you learn about the functional design behind the aesthetics.

Royal Festival Hall to the Royal Opera House

A day of culture: Alchemy at the Southbank Centre has a South Asian theme, which is worth checking out. We saw a sitar tribute to Ravi Shankar led by his wife. This was followed by an evening at the Royal Opera House (my first visit!) watching ballet from the back. View photos Royal Festival Hall to the Royal Opera House


Twenty years since my last visit to Brixton 😲. Ms Cupcake’s vegan cakes are a welcome addition 😋😄 View photos Brixton

Harrison’s Rock

Outdoor climbing – it’s harder than it looks 🙂 View photos Harrison’s Rock

A moon shaped pool

The new album is sounding like another Radiohead classic

Skopje, Macedonia

The only Macedonian words you need to know 🙂

Underbelly Festival

Watching Closer by Circa (http://www.udderbelly.co.uk/whats-on/closer)

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