It’s Friday! That means it’s almost weekend and some of you might be leaving for a trip to London. Or maybe you’ve just returned? Perhaps you even live there… Whatever it is, keep this post in mind when you’re visiting one of my personal favourites. Today, I guide you through the second chapter of my London adventure: a stroll around East London, for me the best part about this city. I remember discovering Brick Lane and the rest of East London together with Elien over a year ago. Oh man, we were mad about our Sunday well spent in that part of town. And that right there, was the moment I fell head over heels in love with London. That’s why this #wheninlondon trip could not lack of a visit to the Eastern part, the part beyond the tower. And don’t ask yourself what you can do there. It’s what you can’t do! There’s so much to see and discover, that you need all the time in the world to let it sink in. First there’s the marvelous Boxpark, the world’s largest pop up market. If the shops aren’t you’re thing, I bet the roof terrace will be. Go have a bubble tea (or maybe don’t, it’s disgusting) or eat a falafel and enjoy the view, the sun (if there is any) on your cheeks and the good old London vibe.
Enough sitting, drinking and eating? Well buckle up then, ’cause you’re in for a treat. Just a few footsteps away, Brick Lane is waiting for you. Vintage, bagels, market stands and lots of people are probably the right words to use to describe this lively street. Stroll around the street and head over to Spitalfields for some M.A.C., All Saints and of course the Spitalfields Market shops! Can’t get enough of the LDN vibe? Stay tuned because… I’ve got two other chapters for you!