Wednesday, 23 October 2013

London Pt 2

7th January 2013
As mentioned in my previous post, I woke up at 8am which meant that I was late for my free Greeter Tour of Greenwich since I was meeting at 8am. It would have taken me 40 minutes to get there so I sent an email apologising. I really did feel bad since someone had gone to the office to meet me except I didn't turn up.

A little backtrack first, when I flew from Canada back to the US, one of my first thoughts was, "wow it is absurdly warm! I am finally in the positive degrees!" (It was 2 degress). Throughout my stay in London, it was on average, 13 degrees which was glorious.

Back to my second day in London, I first walked down to Regent's Park, Camden Markets, Thames River, St Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge and Tower Bridge. Largely picture based post. 
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One of the things that struck me was how green England is. I haven't seen this green in Australia (excluding Tasmania possibly). At least in NSW, it's more of a yellow-green, if not just plain yellow.

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My lunch! I am obsessed with salami and I found it dreadfully expensive in US but it was cheap in England (and actually rest of Europe).

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HOW ADORABLE IS THIS PINT OF MILK. 

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11km walk!

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