First up is Kim who has been reading the blog since I took off. In fact she liked it so much that she posted about me on her blog. She’s the owner of Bruised Reed, which I have a link to at the top of my blog.
When I got to London she invited me to a get together with her friends at a Brazilian spot called Guanabara near Covent Garden, London’s entertainment district.
Met Kim earlier this week for lunch. She has had her own round the world adventure, so we had alot to talk about.
You know when lunch is really good? When good conversation is had… and someone else pay for it. Thanks Kim!
Next is Kay, a fellow Ivy grad and recent export to London from the East Coast. We met at a Mexican place called Wahaca, also near Covent Garden in London.
I asked people when I was in Tokyo for any requests. Kay requested a Japanese fan from Kyoto. I was NOT going to Kyoto for a fan, but did manage to get her a few things from Thailand and Hong Kong.
Kay and I have already decided we are going to write a book together. And if you’re in London toward the end of the month stayed tuned to this blog for info on a potential get-together. Not confirmed, but we are working on it.
Good times and great laughs with Kay.
So what did we learn today:
That if I come through your town, we will meet and you will be on this blog. A very good thing.
That if you ask for me for something, you just might get it. A very good thing.
That I have met some of the most interesting and funny people on this trip. The best thing.