Quite a dramatic header for this post! And it is dramatic really as yesterday was my last Sunday as a London resident. I'm sure I'll be one (London resident I mean) again in a few years time but for now we're getting very very close to the goodbye.
We decided to pop into the David Bailey exhibition in National Portrait Gallery on Trafalgar Square. I was hoping to get some pretty pictures of Trafalgar Square too but it seems like the whole of London is under construction so there was no chance of that.
Girls were out in their wedding shoes as Little M calls them.
This is the only picture I managed to take inside the exhibition before I was told no cameras. The exhibition is well worth seeing by the way. It's on until the end of this month.
Afterwards we walked through Leicester Square. I'm not sure how many years had passed since I had last been there but many!
The same with Piccadilly Square. I don't remember standing in this spot since my very early years in London. During those years I passed it frequently after staggering out of Tiger Tiger or some other equally sophisticated spot of London night life.
I know how lucky I am to be spending my summer in South of France and after that it will be a very exciting experience to move to Dubai but despite all this I will miss London like crazy. It's not like I'm not coming back to visit but I won't have a home here anymore, which will feel strange. And sad!