Back to London we went, and back to Borough Market to get some ciders for Felicia's boyfriend (and a 10am sample for me.. how could I resist?)
Had a bit of a laugh after I spotted this and had to stand at it shouting after Felicia to come back and see it as she had barrelled off around the corner haha
Obviously another trip to Liberty's was necessary, Felicia needed to pick up some more chocolates for presents and I needed to fawn over the Liberty scarves
Cheeky cronut from DumDumDonuts at Boxpark for later
Casually strolled through Green Park toward Buckingham Palace and couldn't resist taking some autumnal park photos.
I was not quite as casual as Felicia.
Totally interrupted a guy having his lunch who stuffed the remainder of his Pret sandwich into his mouth to take this photo for us (thanks dude!).
Took this silly photo at Trafalgar Square between two pointing fingers - naughty blogger didn't even look at any plaques telling what this was there for/who it was by. (Google tells me it's a 25-ton sculpture by a Mexican artist, Jose Rivelino Moreno Valle, as part of the Contemporary Mexican Sculpture exhibition!)
Dinner was another off of Felicia's London To Do List - Dishoom
I'm not one for spice, but oooooohhh this was so delicious.
We went to the one in Shoreditch (7 Boundary Street, E2 7JE) and tucked into lamb samosas, pau bhaji, naan (obviously), chicken tikka and paneer tikka.
Mannnnn, it was good. Highly recommend! Also recommend sitting outside, the smells of the incense and the decor really transports you.
We headed to New Cross then, and sat in a Costa to sneakily eat our zebra cronut from earlier while we waited to head to Bella's party.