There is no place like London.
In four days and three nights I had inspiration and creative input to last me for a long time.
Mukul had composed music for Russel Maliphant,Â http://www.russellmaliphant.com/,
at Sadler’s Wells and my friend Sohan Nilkant,
had traveled from India to hold a concert at Mukul and Manu’s place at Ambienttv,
Good old friend Peter was also there, contemplating his next adventure.
On top of this I wanted to catch the exhibition of Matisse’s cut out art at Tate modern,
Mukul and Manu’s neighbor Chris Haughton, http://www.chrishaughton.com/, whom I never met,
opened up his home for us to stay whilst he was away. I traveled together with baby Victor and my mother,
three generations experiencing London at it’s best.
No need to say we had a memorable time. Thank You.
We also discovered Chris’s wonderful children’s books; “Little owl lost”, “Oh no George”, “Ssh we have a plan!”
A lot of links for a short text. But that is London. The Greatest net work of friendly people I know:)