Visited on July 2017
Mumbai born legendary artist Bhupen Khakkar's portrait of Salman Rushdie inspired by The Moor's Last Sigh. Revisiting my favourite London hangouts.
National Portrait Gallery. London. Stunning new exhibition of last 50 years of contemporary British art. Loved this one of Oscar Wilde,the brilliant and boldly gay author.
Remembering the innocent victims of jihadi attack on Westminster Bridge few weeks ago. Standing up to terrorism! Won't let the brainwashed murderers frighten me off!
Roman life in Bath circa 50 AD. But did they have fun?
Showing Shahen my favourite places in the world’s most civilised and elegant city.
Nephew and uncle. At the famous Tower of London with Tower Bridge in background. Over 1000 years of history in one spot!
Divine music today inside St.Paul’s Cathedral. Love the human determination to construct such a spectacular temple to the Gods. Prayer gets me high.
Travel through the stars with me. Tate Modern is the world’s most mind blowing art gallery. Enough stuff to occupy an entire week !
Awesome ! London police force joined the Gay Pride festival of a million people. Solidarity with LGBTQ community. Where else does this happen?
London Street food festival at Southbank Centre every Friday to Sunday till end September. Scrumptious food from across the world
The Foxhound is 5 time Best Pub Award winner in Devon! Staying chez Helen Deas in charming Brixton village.
Plymouth’s pretty ocean promenade abounds with cafés and restaurants. Sharing the spectacular views from top of Plymouth Hoe
Another historic pub in picturesque South Devon. The Ship Inn. Village of Nass Mayo. I gorged on a Trio of Sausages- Pork, Wild boar and Venison.
In picturesque Devon , the hills are alive with the Sound of ….?
Our fifth and last evening in South Devon. Helen and Peter’s boats are in the Yealm River which flows into the English Channel. Am iin an enchanted dream from which I don’t wish to wake up
Grey skies do not dampen the Georgian beauty of Bath Spa city. It’s taken me 30 years to tick the final English remaining wannado sight. Happy Sunday world.
How wonderful to drink tea from pretty pots,just like ye olde days. Scrumptious scones,cream and jam too in Birgits Bakery in Bath
The only man in history to win Wimbledon Eight ! Times ! I bow to you graceful legend Roger Federer.