Let me tell you; this year has been wild. I’ve been busy with work, which pays the bills, as well as other things I’ve been working on. I went to London and Paris last month; I thought I didn’t have extra film in Paris, so there aren’t photos from there, but I had film in my backpack the whole time! Lame.
I hadn’t been back to Europe since I lived in Italy, which was thirteen years ago. London was one of the last places I visited before moving back to the states, and going to London in March was a lot colder than the last time I was there. I wasn’t able to be tourist so much because I was busy with work meetings (even though the original plan was to go for my birthday), but I was able to do some exploring. I hope you enjoyed this quickie visual diary entry on film.
Special thank you to Calpak for the sweet luggage!
It’s not actually an ostrich farm, but that would be fun place to visit in Los Angeles!
After wanting to visit this place for a while because of it’s eye-pleasing aesthetics and handsome-looking food, I finally made my way here with Brandon and Natalie. Located right off Sunset Boulevard near Echo Park Lake in Echo Park, Ostrich Farm’s new-age, American menu is fresh and on the healthy side of life.
We ended up sitting at the bar because it was quite busy when we arrived on a Sunday morning, so we weren’t able to sit in that cutely lit corner by the window. We ordered several things and only water to drink. Brandon ordered the Fall Vegetable and Gruyere Quiche. Natalie ordered the Lentil bowl. I ordered the Sweet Potato Bowl as well as the Avocard Tartine to share with whoever wanted some. We also ordered the House Made Brioche Cinnamon Buns but ended taking them home because we were stuffed little piggies.
If you’re into avocado toast or fresh, American food, try Ostrich Farm, and share the love!