Part 2 of the photos of my recent trip to London. Places like Brick Lane and Leake Street was pretty interesting to visit, places where most tourists will not go that are a bit rougher. I like that. Brick Lane borders on the (at least once) infamous Whitechapel district, where poverty, crime and sex workers were all around and where the notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper once spread fear on the streets. I will return to walk these streets.
And Leake Street, a (about) 300 meter long tunnel under Waterloo Station where it's free for graffiti artists to paint was interesting. It was quite a disgusting place to be honest, with human waste and some evidence for drug use lying around, but still interesting. Guys painting there called it "piss alley", which I totally understand.