My sister and I have a monthly pact to spend at least one day a month with each other somewhere in London. Usually we wake up at 7 and get into central London around 9. Then we look for the tastiest brunch place we can find and order pancakes, coffee, fresh fruit and enjoy being in each other's company. This time we went to The Breakfast Club in Soho, and it definitely lived up to our pancake expectations (my sister and I are Pancake Connoisseurs you see) and both of us were defeated by our huge fluffy stacks covered in bacon and delicious fresh fruit. I definitely recommend it although i'd say to try and get there before 10am so as to avoid the long queues. After pancakes we headed to Seven Dials as Yossy wanted to go to Timberyard to try their famous Matcha Latte's. They were good, but I still think Soho Grind has my heart as far as London Coffee places go.
Having a sister is the best. It's like having a part of you merged with a best friend if that makes sense? And although there's about six years difference between us in age, it doesn't stop us getting along and generally always finding someplace to explore, or interesting things to be photographed. It's pretty awesome to have someone you're so relaxed and comfortable with and I wouldn't change it for the world!
Oh! On an unrelated note, my self portrait above was taken with my new Canon! (The rest, with my wonderful old pentax) The flip out screen and continuos auto-focus make it so much fun and so fast to take photos myself, so i guess here's to a lot more photo-diaries in addition to coffee, clothes and cat-eye glasses ;)