Taking an afternoon walk through the woods near James’ house.
We stumbled across this guy in there…
Morse: the world’s biggest cat.
I’m not a fan of the ramen at Shoryu but the Pork Belly Baos are delish!
They just melt in your mouth!
(For the best ramen, head to Kanada-Ya and thank me later ;))
The view from my balcony in East Finchley.
All I think of when I see a rainbow is David Brent:
“‘If you want the rainbow, you’ve got to put up with the rain.’ Do you know which philosopher said that? Dolly Parton. And people say she’s just a big pair of tits.”
The hotpot at Leong’s Legend has gone downhill but their hot and sour soup is still mine and James’ fave.
Nath also joined us for dinner after a ludicrously long coach journey!
Making the most of the final weekend of beach weather with a day trip to Margate 😀
Oh, what’s occurin’?
Pre-gig dinner at Cay Tre with Tina.
I bought her tickets to an orchestral Stranger Things gig for her birthday and it was awesome!
James’ sister’s wedding!
Date night at Yama Yama with my awesome flatmate, Anna, before watching Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the cinema.
My new crib in White City.
Sarah came to visit!
We had dim sum at Ping Pong in Waterloo and went for a nice wander in the sun.
Delicious dinner at Ma La Sichuan with Tina and Hermina.
That pork belly dish was so damn good, the meat just melts in your mouth which apparently is a recurring theme this month.
James very generously bought us tickets to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and it was incredible!
Early dinner between Parts 1 and 2 at Joy King Lau.
I wasn’t a huge fan of their dinnertime offering but love their dim sum!
Loved having lunch outside by the canal on work days.
This bad-boy was courtesy of the brilliant Lords of Poke.
I’ll leave you with this sexy selfie of Hannah and I during a power cut in the Coal Drops Yard…