Before I dive in to this post, I wanted to let you know I’m going to do something I haven’t done in about 13 years and take about a month away from blogging. I’ll be back with safari photos and stories in early September. We’re off to Kenya for about 10 days and moving to a new house a few days after we get back. There’s all of the packing, organising and unpacking business to contend with and I have a feeling that blogging will feel like an obligation during the next month which never results in much worth reading!
In the meantime, venture with me to East London’s Shoreditch – a part of the city that has changed immensely in the eight years I’ve lived in London – and then down through the financial district.
If you followed me back in the days of Little London Observationist, you’ll know that I used to pop over to Liverpool Street every few weekends or so on a Sunday and spend hours rummaging through the markets in the area: Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields, Brick Lane, Columbia Road Flower Market and all of the little offshoots of these. Many treasures were found and, of course, many photos taken.