but a lovely one.
Friday night Phil and I went out for a thai meal with Phil’s friends Paul and Kamjit, Sam and Toby. A very pleasant evening all round- if a little chilly coming home from Cockfosters.
On Saturday we caught the train to Herne Bay, where Helen Locke and Lisa Butcher were holding a private view of their Passport, Camera, Sketchbook exhibition at the Bay Art Gallery. The travel theme got me all excited about going to Chile, especially as Lisa has just come back from South America. Chips on the seafront were tasty too.
Back to dine London town, where we just managed to get a table at The Italian Kitchen on New Oxford Street and feasted on hearty italian fayre polished off with ultra rich chocolate torte, before making our way to Stef and Kay and Matt and Tom’s party at Parkers on Parker Street. A fine fine evening all round. Lots of lovely people, lots of chat, two hoarse voices for Sunday.
After all that travelling around and being social, Sunday was a more static social day, spent watching LOTR:The Two Towers at Simon and Susa’s, preceded by scrummy roast red pepper soup and pear crumble. Just the ticket for chilly (well, ish) Sunday in October…..