When living in Reading, I was lucky enough to be only thirty minutes away from London, so taking a train to the big city was the easiest thing in the world. I've been there quite a few times, but I've never done a post about it on the blog - mainly because there are so many things to see and to show you that I never knew where to start.
But I've decided to give you an insight into one of the places I loved most in London: Regent's Canal. There, loads of cute boats are packed along the small alley that follows the canal, right after Little Venice and before Camden. There was nobody outside, and I somehow felt indiscrete as I basically stepped into people's 'gardens' and 'front doors' haha. Lots of lovely details caught my eye, such as pretty flowers in colourful pots or a wall covered in beautiful fans. A cat even came to say hello, and I wondered if he was used to tourists or if he was just happy to see someone pass by.
I hope you'll like these pictures, and that they'll take you to Regent's Canal with me!