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First impressions of London £ Hot! £ Crowded and bustling £ And so very British (funny that!) Took a long time to actually cross the "border" into the UK, but met some nice women in the queue which helped pass the time. Catching the tube from the airport was pretty straight forward and was nice to sit and watch London go by for an hour or so on the way to Kings Cross. Arriving at Kings Cross was pretty surreal. ...
... over here – even the double decker
buses give you a bit of leeway. Cycled pass Buckingham Palace and up
the mall but couldn't go any further the roads were blocked off. We
had stumbled across the 'Trooping the Colours” - happens every 10
years. It was nice of them to wait until we arrived to begin. Saw the
Queenie .. a blue blur in the distant of one of the shots, but then
in the car going past. Carried on down to join the tourist crowds
London was a humongous trip somehow my friend and I managed to jam pack so many things in five days and there is so many photos. So here it goes, my roommate Kate and I arrived in London mid-morning after a 1 and 1/2 hour flight its so crazy that everything is so close to me. In comparison it takes two hours to get to Port Hedland from Perth! We arrived at our hostel and put our things away thankfully my friend Rachel gave ...
... went to the GP and she said it was an eye infection as well but just to be safe she decided to send me to an eye doctor. Eye doctor's verdict, not an eye infection but something called eyetosis. It has something to do with my blood vessels in my eye becoming inflamed and particles had gotten behind my eye. I'm basically now on two eye drop regime. One dilates my eye so I can't really see out of my left eye at all. In order to read, I have to ...
... through and saw the large parade grounds in behind where the summer before the Beach Volleyball had been held at the London Olympics.
Continuing on our next stop was Trafalgar Square. Just off the square is the beautiful St. Martin-in-the-Fields Anglican Church. I had read about the cafe housed in the crypt and we decided to stop there for lunch. It really was one of the most extraordinary places we've ever eaten with the amazing architecture all around and ...