Remind me to bring a brolly next time I go anywhere, honestly I got so drenched in this blooming English Weather. Clearly my coat hoodie didn’t suffice.
Nevertheless, the rain did clear up and I was in the mood to explore the city.
We were walking distance to most places, after bit of ‘ohh and ahhing’ at pretty cafes and houses.
Said a quick hello to Sherlock Holmes along the way …
and somehow, we ended up in Hyde Park.
Next time ladies and gents, bring your running shoes cause the view is just amazing and I don’t mean the greenery if you catch my drift ;).
Say hello to Peter Pan! Play the music on this website – takes you back to when you were little.
Did you know there is a spot in Hyde Park where you can feed parakeets. It’s so beautiful.
You can coax them to sit on your hand provided that you have food cause yes, these pretty little things are not stupid. I tried and this one looked at me sarcastically.
I mean, seriously, look at the eyes! Can’t fool this kid eh!
Dee said people come and instagram them, makes for a good pic actually.
I want a dog so badly, maybe in the future when I have a house.
We walked and walked all the way to MarbleArch then decided we need food, and took the tube to Covent garden.
Now listen, unless you are up for a fitness challenge or well really fit, take the lift in Covent garden tube. I took the stairs once and thought I was fit, i mean it’s only over 100 steps, how bad can it be! Yes, it was bad, nevertheless, I liked to think I burnt enough calories for the food I’m about to inhale!
Finally got to try Busaba Thai! and it was amazing!!!!!!! Everyone I know just raves about this place so expectations were high and it didn’t disappoint. Bonus: They had a promo offer of 25% off with use of their app.
We had Padthai, Fish curry, the best chicken wings ever, and coconut rice to share!
The concept here is simple, they have square seats and you share with other people unless you have the window seats. But I’m so used to sharing, it’s pretty common in Asia, and a good way to meet people if they are friendly enough I guess.
Though one problem I had was the bathroom. I mean I was bursting and this happened. Like a riddle before you enter. Good thing I got it eventually although it took a minute cause I can hear someone using the hand dryer in the men’s! Imagine the awkwardness if I got it wrong, aih!
Comment when you figured it out 😉
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I used to live a 20 minute quick train journey away from London and I was never too impressed. Maybe that’s because I never went exploring as much as I could have as London is a place with secret treasures that not everyone will find on a tourist information sheet. When I get back to London I’d love to go around and actually be a tourist rather than a typical Brit complaining about how unfriendly or over expensive it is. Great post, it looks like you had an awesome day. (also I got the toilet puzzle :p)