Two thirds complete, and only one third of my random exploration of the capital to go. A meandering western strip and an eastern chunk are all that remain, although they still form a hugely diverse set of boroughs. I've not picked anywhere in central London for ages, so maybe today I'll finally head back towards the tourist hotspots of Westminster or Camden. Or I could be fated again to tour the attraction-lite outskirts, be that Barnet, Bexley or Barking and Dagenham.
Once I've researched my randomly-chosen borough online I'll then head off and visit some of its most interesting places (assuming it has any). As usual I hope to visit somewhere famous, somewhere historic, somewhere pretty, somewhere retail, somewhere sporty and somewhere random. I might even take lots of photographs while I'm at it, if the borough's photogenic enough. Then after I've made my grand tour I'll come back tomorrow and tell you all about it. Let's see where I'm going this time... (and, after my meridian week, it had better not be Greenwich!)