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... Pancras station, I had about 7 hours to kill before my Airbnb host would be home from work, so I took my bags to an overpriced baggage check, bought an overpriced snack, and set about getting my overpriced Oyster card. (While I want to be accurate, but don't want to document my whole time in London complaining about prices, let's just imagine for the rest of my time here that there's an invisible "overpriced" prefacing every noun, OK?) Without a plan, I jumped on the city line ...
... need this job to live' but the other part of me said ' don't. You've worked here before, give something else a go.'
But we will see what happens there I guess :)
... for a rejuvenating nap! Then it was time to get back on the wine and get ready to go out again! This time for drinks on our boat! Guess who turned up this time- Carmie, Aleks, Aleks's partner Tim, Greer, Hayden and Jamie! How lovely is that? Carmie gave me some earrings, Aleks and Tim gave me an engraved spoon that says "Good Morning Gorgeous" and Greer and Cat gave me a MAC makeup voucher! So nice and so ...
... at the hostel, Amelia and I spent a lovely evening in central London. We enjoyed a really nice dinner at an Italian Restaurant right near Embankment station. The area has tons of good dinning options, and it seems like we made a good choice. We spent the rest of the evening exploring London's South Bank. As we walked past one of the lovely parks that lines the river, we were both shocked when a fox darted out of the bushes right in front of us. Later on we saw another fox ...
... had to make up our own commentary (which of course
focused more on the people than the buildings J). We did however, sit up top this time – it was
quite cool to begin with and threatened to rain (but didn’t). After the tour we got off and tubed/walked to
Covent Garden markets (where Eliza Doolittle sold flowers in My Fair
Lady). Again people everywhere but see
in the pictures the roof and the buildings … just beautiful.