From Baker Street we went to Trafalgar Square to see the lions and the fountains
and the pigeons (no feeding them any more), and I took another photo of N. sitting up on the same lion that she sat on when she was five:
While we were there I noticed a few police around, and one was interviewing a little girl of about 4. We didn't rubberneck to find out what it was about. Anyway, I'm not sure I wanted to know. We just walked across the square to New Zealand House where I cast my absentee vote for the NZ elections.
It's a small world; the woman who crossed my name off came from Matamata.
Back to the square via half an hour in the National Art Gallery shop, then we walked down to the Thames and wandered along the Embankment gardens.
And then back to Manningtree on the train and home by 6.30.