London – A Street, A Park And Graffiti

i started the day at Marble Arch because i was in search of the smallest house in London, but unfortunately i did not find it. So, i started walking and went to these places which turned out to be one of my favourite days in London.


Marble Arch


The park next to Marble Arch, possibly Hyde.

Then i saw this interesting restaurant ( i hope to make it back there), met some drunk Aussie guys (they really wanted me to photography them),

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Headed toward Shoreditch, where the buildings came alive with graffiti or as i like to think of it, art.


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i met an Italian guy, we talked about graffiti and our love of England, then he pointed me in the direction of some more graffiti, which i never found because i went on another detour.


An Italian man in London

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A little street. i must see where it leads.


There was a little park, Allen Gardens, which had loud music and a lot of people doing possibly some illegal activities.


Allen Gardens


The Pissing Bridge


Not the whole park, but i did not want to photograph anything that might get someone in trouble.

i met these two guys, one from England and the other was from Palestine. It was a nice chat, if you read this blog. Thank you.


Then i went in search of lunch/dinner. i knew where i wanted to eat and what i wanted, so i walked with a purpose, just this one time.


i guess someone (very gay) really loves Whitney and someone else loves Harry. Isn’t that his name?



i found my dinner at a curry restaurant and it was not expensive, but it was very delicious. If you are in the area, then i suggest you eat at Meraz Cafe. The waiter gave great recommendations, but he was not a great waiter.


More walking, met a group of guys that wanted to pose for me, then i found Bombay Cake House (banoful), which had a little cake, Cobra Jam, that was incredibly delicious as well as inexpensive. i would love to travel to Bombay after eating this dessert. The cashier was extremely friendly and helpful with information.

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more to come…


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