TSL est de retour de vacances!

I thought of Paris as a beauty spot on the face of the earth, and of London as a big freckle. (James Weldon Johnson)

Hello to all you loyal TSL readers who have hung in there during my hiatus from blog-world! Thanks for sticking around and I do hope you are all well! I’m looking forward to catching up…

LM and I have returned from the northern hemisphere. As one might expect, we over indulged and had four weeks of excess. It was wonderful!

Back to reality in Sydney, and also the start of summer (Mango season has started – yay!) We tootled off to the farmers market yesterday. Great to be back but perhaps not quite as extensive as Borough Market in London…

Borough Market
We’re not in Redfern now, Kylie…
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
Enough to tempt even the most stoic of those attempting a dairy-free existence…
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Borough Markets

Borough Markets
Borough Market
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish…
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
A rainbow of offerings…
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
I’ve never seen this in Sydney…
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
Anybody for pork pie?
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
It’s enough to make even the most anti of mushroom eaters reconsider…
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
Care for some truffles with your mushrooms…?
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
Or, perhaps you’d like to select your jamon of choice…?
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Borough Markets
Borough Market
Cheerio, Borough Market…
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My cousins gay, he went to London only to find out that Big Ben was a clock. (Rodney Dangerfield)*

*No reason for the quote. Just tickled my fancy, although I do have a gay cousin! Pretty sure he already knows Big Ben is a clock…

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Comments (27)

Welcome back, loving the photos the rabbits bring back childhood memories of the local farmers shed! 🙂

Bless your cotton socks! 🙂

I have actually de-boned a rabbit at a charcuterie course at Victor Churchill’s. Not sure about skinning one…

I recently returned home from a trip to Paris as well, though now I’m giving serious thought to going back to London! I missed out on the market while I was there several years ago. It looks amazing!

Hi Jake – did you have a ball? I have to say, having lived in London a couple of times, I was surprised at how much I loved being back. It’s a great town, I reckon’.

Ooooh, you must have SO many photos. What fun!

Not really, Jo. I am not known for my skills in that area! 🙂 I’m the girl who forgets she has a camera attached to her person… or, the girl whose battery runs out at the beginning of the day…

Ok then, just spin me a yarn. I’ll be quite happy.

Fabulous – welcome back Miss J! Looks like a fabulous time at the market – looking forward to hearing all about your time away! The blog world now feels back to normal…. 😉

Awwww – you say the loveliest things! Hope you are all good up there in Van-city, S 🙂

The pictures are gorgeous! You are a fabulous photographer! I can’t wait to see more!

Ha! Are you trying to butter me up for something? I am a seriously bad photographer!!!

Looks like heaven to me 🙂

Welcome back happy wanderer!

Cheers, my sweet! It was heaven to me, too…

Welcome home – jealous, jealous, jealous!!!

🙂 Don’t be jealous, my sweet. It’s back to reality, now!

Looks like you had a great time!

It was lov-er-ly, Crazy! 🙂

Welcome back from what looks like a fantastic vacation! You were missed!
Kristin

Thanks Kristin. We had a cracker of a holiday. Now, I just have to catch up on all those missed blog posts… 🙂

Welcome back! Can’t wait to hear and see more about your trip – and you ease yourself back into the real world, lady. No rush! 🙂

Hey Sparks! I was so impressed with your blogging even while on the road. Puts me to shame, my friend. One of the nice thing about travelling – I reckon – is how it makes you appreciate coming home. 🙂

Wow! Looks like a tasty vacation! Jack and I are ready to follow in your footsteps. Those markets look inspiring!

Barbra – the Borough Market is out of this world. Being such foodies, you must put it on your list for when you are in London. Every stall holder is so passionate about their produce.

Welcome back! I also think, Paris is a beautiful beautiful city and it’s nice to see the market we regularly visited. K

Wish we had Borough Market here in Syders! 🙂

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