Much like Mexico City’s Zocalo, you never quite know what you’ll find in Trafalgar Square. Only that you’re more likely to find something rather than nothing. Be it a protest or cultural fair, baying mobs or love and hugs. Yesterday was all love and hugs. The Hare Krishnas were in town, painting kids faces, strumming sitars, giving out leaflets, chanting chants and feeding the masses with a Krishna feast.We aren’t Krishna commune members, but a free plate of food is hard to turn away. I don’t entirely know what it was, but it was tasty and we enjoyed their hospitality. But suffice to say we will probably steer clear of next week’s fair – Jihadi Jambalaya probably won’t go down so easily.