Day Out in Chiswick

As lockdown easing will hopefully continue on Monday, there is most definite a great sense of normality back in life. Weather in London is as turbulent as ever though as we went through a cycle of rain, sun, rain and more sun throughout the day – but what great fun I had enjoying a day out with my best friend! 😁

We decided to visit Junkyard Market in Chiswick, and after running a bit late on the London tube, I arrived at the outdoor venue just as the rain was about to fall. πŸ™πŸŒ§


But thankfully as busy as the tent area was, we eventually managed to find a spot to sit down. Due to COVID measures, all orders were done through the app and QR code at the table – but it did allow easier browsing in my opinion. I decided to order an African grilled chicken thigh with chips and also sausage and beans mac and cheese! πŸ˜‹

The sun is back out again!

It wasn’t long before the sun is shining back out again (typical London lol) and then very quickly back out again! πŸ˜‚ It literally lasted about 10 minutes when we took our jackets πŸ§₯ off enjoying the warm sun β˜€οΈ before putting them back on again as the dark clouds came matching back! ☁️☁️ But I did grab a vegan ice cream just in time haha!

Quick snap before the dark cloud was coming back over us again! πŸ˜‚

After staying cosy back in the tents to sit out the rain until it stopped, we decided to take a walk around Chiswick (juice πŸ₯€ in hand) as we made some surprising art discoveries around the area! πŸ–Ό

Trying to be healthy! πŸ˜‚
A β€˜Stay At Home’ mural made by students in the area really touched home for me
This is such a cute sign in the park ☺️☺️
Stumbled upon this amazing-looking building!

Isn’t it just amazing how new discoveries are always around the corners? 😊 Hope all of you also have a lovely weekend!

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