It’s Easter Sunday, so I decided it was about time to use my egg shaped fish eye lens! So if you sorta squint a little, you might see some chocolate rabbits! 😉
We started the day making sure we were going the right way.
We eventually made it to Primrose Hill in North London, which is a hill that people spend their weekends on with beer and wine and dogs.
So in that spirit, we broke open the champagne (not literally) to celebrate the imminent departure of a dear friend. To Kendra!
Then we ate.
Matt found an egg.
So did I.
Then we laid back in the sun.
And then we said goodbye. 😦
Matt and Kendra seemed quite happy about this…
Aneta then grabbed Kendra and wouldn’t let go.
Then they all started jumping again…
So I decided it was time to go see how the preparations were going for the Royal Wedding next week.
We started at Westminster Abbey
Then made our way past Parliment Square and the pidgeons…
But then we got hungry and went to the Southbank for dinner instead.
We sat under these amazing paper aeroplanes at Las Iguanas and ate tasty Brazilian and South American deliciousness.
After Dinner, we headed home, past some pretty lights in the pretty sights.
Danke London for a lovely egg shaped Easter Sunday!