19.7.13

A week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London

a week in London



Earlier this month, we spent a week in London for my birthday. Jinny planned it as a surprise for me! He knows how much I love London and how much I would enjoy a week with our friends who live there. It was such a sweet surprise!

We took things extra slow on this trip since Eloise officially became a toddler a few hours before we boarded the plane for London. She started walking on her own with confidence and she wanted to practice her new skill as much as she could. So we walked at her pace.

Everyone told us it was a great time to be in London, weather wise. They have had a really bad start to summer but when we arrived, it was sunny the entire time! Borderline hot, even! I found that I didn't pack enough summer clothes because Rimi told me to pack my cardigans! We definitely felt super lucky to have caught a full week of beautiful weather in a city known for rain.

We visited with friends almost every day we were there. One of the days, we met up with Famapa and her son, Omar! It was the first time we met in person and they are more lovely than I could have ever imagined! I think Eloise and Omar really hit it off!

Some of the my favourite things we did was having a picnic in Hyde Park by the Serpentine Pavilion, wandering around Portobello Road, Notting Hill and Hampstead Heath. But most of all, I really enjoyed dropping into Rimi and Jean's life for awhile. I really missed them. Currently, they are starting their own architecture firm and I am so proud of them. I can't wait to see their first completed projects. Maybe that will be the next time we come back to London again.



15 comments:

  1. What a lovely post! So many good things rolled into this trip for sure.

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  2. These photos are wonderful! :D
    I love Famapa - so happy you 2 met.

    xoxo

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  3. These are great Celine! Looks like a beautiful trip - I can't wait to see Eloise again now that she's officially toddling about!!

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  4. this post is full of things i love! cute bebes, good photos, picnics, london and cool design.


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  5. Seeing cute pics of Eloise always brings a smile to my face.
    I am so mesmerized by that white structure!

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  6. Wonderful post! I visited London years ago and I miss it ever since. :)
    Beautiful beautiful photos and cute little toddler! :)

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  7. Claire Hamilton7/19/2013 9:49 PM

    So cool Celine!

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  8. I just can't get enough of your photographs!

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  9. Awww yea brilliant photos as usual! Wish I could have seen you in London!! :D

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  10. Oh these are wonderful, I could look at them again and again! You guys are looking great!

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  11. That looks like so much fun!

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  12. All of these are so wonderful Celine! I love your pictures. It was so great to meet you guys and you know where to find us next time you visit! And guess what - the heat is still here (yay)... xx

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  13. The Serpentine Pavilion looks so cool this year. Looks almost like it's just drawn in space.

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  14. What an awesome trip! Love your gorgeous photos!

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