London checked
 
Btw, if u tend not to believe that a magic something is sometimes sending someone to help u, then u should meet Collin O’Connor (or however his name is). In fact, u will surely meet him, if needed. He has seen Loch Ness few times and of course, knows the difference between Irish and Scottish Whiskey.
 
 
An old child dream - Tate Modern. It was funny that we spent the most time in the bookstore of Tate, but.. actually it’s another topic... :)
 
 
Well, thanx a lot, Joan for being careful and reminding me that i’m not immortal, although brave enough not to pay attention at any direction.. :)
 
 
Somewhere there must be the Ministry of Silly Walks hardly to be found (which doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist).
 
 
An important point in our plan was:
>> DRINKING CHEAP BEER IN COCKNEY
Well, as wiki says, “The sense of a cockney being someone born within earshot of the Bow Bells has persisted. It refers to the bells of St. Mary-le-Bow church in Cheapside in the City of London.”
 
Then we tried to find the so called Cheapside, but.. Found only skyscrapers, banks and “punks in suits”. We still could try to order a beer there, but i thought we should sell our souls. Joan minded nobody would offer us so much for them...
 
Cheapside
 
 
Fish’n’Chips
 
 
Squarepusher @ Royal Festival Hall
 
 
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