I hope you are all enjoying the summer weather - even if it is muggy and, dare I say it, too hot at times. I have had such a busy time over the last month or so which explains the silence on my little corner of the internet here. I have been so lucky to have my best friend, Sarah and her family here in London from Toronto for the last two weeks - and now that they have left, there is a void.
|Katie in London book @ the Tate Modern, St Pauls, Sarah and I, Magnum bday at +Selfridges|
Visiting London like a tourist with them really made me realize how little I have seen of London. Yes, I live here and I know lots of great spots to go, where to eat etc. but seeing London for the city that it is, is not something I have ever really done. When I arrived over 4 years ago, I was alone and had priorities of finding a flat and a job before anything else, so my touristing got put on hold. With my time in London becoming less permanent, with my plans to return home to Canada once Steven's paperwork comes through, this visit has made me kick back into gear and I have exploring on the brain.
|Nude cold Brew Coffee (Spitalfields), Duck walking in Hyde Park, Princess Diana Memorial in Hyde Park,|
This means exciting things for my little blog as I would like to share all my new adventures with you! I used to write a travel blog a couple of years ago, and I loved writing about all the things I was doing, so from now on I am going to aim to share my new experiences with you.
|Selfie by London Bridge|
I'm bringing my love of travel back and will be sharing photos from both old trips and new! I hope this is a chance for me to begin telling stories again but also an excuse and motivation to get out there and do more.
If you have any suggestions of must see places in London or in your city, leave me a comment!