The wettest drought in history

“The wettest drought” in history means that in the first 10 days of July, the equivalent of three months of rain fell upon us. Today was very, very, very wet. I like that. Plenty of opportunities and discoveries: a secret garden, which I had missed until now (the Phoenix Garden). Nature reserve 200 meter from Leicester square, under the piercing gaze of strange wardens.

And this bench with a cool inscription

The bench itself is set in this minuscule but lush garden

And on the opposite side, a deserted playground. Not surprising given the downpour.

All this so close to the hustle and bustle of the city

I love London

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