Arriving at the Flat in Earl’s Court

I had quite an adventure getting into our flat in Earl’s Court.

Finding the proper flat was a bit of a trick.

Then I had to open the heavy gate.

Next I had to navigate my way down the stone stairs.

Once I had made it down the stairs it was time to focus on the front door.

I had the house keys, it seemed simple enough.

But how would I turn the key once I got up there? Oh bother, keys were just not made for hippos, perhaps mail slots were.

Home at last.

Kew Gardens: The Adventure Begins

While visiting Kew Gardens I met a very strange creature. He was fluffy and cute like me, he had some strange pink tentacles, and a reserved disposition.

Photo taken in the Princess of Wales Conservatory at the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens


He did not seem to be very talkative, but we had a nice sit together before I went on my way.

The British Museum: Explored by a Tiny Hippo

I visited the British Museum today, met some very interesting people.

Some were warriors.

This gentlemen would not let me drive his chariot, but he did give me a lift between galleries.

There were some disheveled looking people, but they were very nice.

I met a frantic lady from Egypt called Isis, she was looking for her husband.

I wanted to introduce myself to a youth named Ganymede, but he seemed more interested in this eagle than in anything I had to say.

I compared shoe size with this giant disembodied foot, it was a draw because we could not figure out the conversion.

There was a very angry horse that wanted someone to talk to, I hung around to listen to him until he calmed down.

To end my visit to the British Museum, I practiced meditation techniques with the master.