Last Sunday, I visited Earl’s Court, a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Back in 2011, when I moved to London, Earl’s Court was my first home in the UK.
Since moving back to London last November, I hadn’t returned to my old hood. On Sunday, the weather was decent, so I headed out to Earl’s Court. I bumped into some friends I hadn’t seen in a few years, which is always pleasant.
I ended up strolling through Brompton Cemetery, where I used to go every day for my walk. There are several notable people buried in Brompton, but given that last Thursday was International Women’s Day, I’ll give a shout-out to Emmeline Pankhurst, a suffragette who helped paved the way for women to get the right to vote.
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Thanks so much for stopping by. I’m already looking forward to my next walking adventure in London. Check back soon for an update.