On the social front it has been way too quiet, so quiet that I am really missing my friends now! After a pleasant day spent with Elisa, the only night I went out since was last Saturday when I met up with some girlfriends at the Langley’s in Covent Garden to amaze Amanda with a surprise dinner for her 30s. We went here: a lovely French restaurant lit with discreet lights and offering fine food. I ordered ostrich, which I sampled for the first time (it is tender and strong flavoured), and had lavender sorbet as a dessert—very aromatic and delicate!
Finally, on Thursday I met up with Lofty’s historical friends (and my acquired friends) at a Moroccan bar near
At home, too tired to work on my blog, I have been spending my evenings watching telly and packing (we are preparing ourselves to the big move even though contracts have not been exchanged yet) and dedicated some time to the vision of some films such as The Downfall, starring Bruno Ganz (Der Himmel Ueber Berlin by Wim Wenders), Buffalo 66 (review to come), Krampack (other review to come), and the Corpse Bride (review to follow). The other day Lofty surprised me by coming back home with three DVDs: the Oscar winning Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Wallace and Gromit Collection (brilliant!) and the Corpse Bride indeed.
My last goal for this month is moving to the new house. From there, with a new job, two weddings, Easter holidays in