Afternoon and evening in London

I travelled to London later than I wished.

Where to eat?

Food for Thought sadly no more, not a Friday, no street food market on the South Bank.

I had a couple of king prawns, chicken in dumplings, from Wasiba at Waterloo Station. Excellent.

But I was still hungry.

I headed to The Black Penny, a coffee shop. Rare beef in bread was excellent, though I did not like the mustard. Their coffee is not good, though not disgusting like Costa or Starbucks. Their apple juice in little jars is excellent.

Walk down to High Holborn, a couple of stops on the Central Line to St Paul’s.

Rush hour insanity.

St Paul’s for Paul Mason discussing his book PostCapitalism.

Bus outside St Paul’s, direct to Waterloo Station.

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