This is St. James’s Park, dear readers. It is one of London’s eight royal parks, and the oldest. It is just near the country’s most famous landmarks like Westminster, Clarence House, St. James’s Palace, and Buckingham Palace. See? It is surrounded by three palaces!
But did you know that many, many years ago, there used to be farms, woods, and a hospital for women lepers in this place? I just couldn’t believe pigs used to graze here. Now it is one of the famous landmarks in London visited yearly by millions of tourists. This year, I get to be included in the statistics: so it’s millions of tourists and one young carabao named Guyito 😀