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Travel Blogs from London
... to a 4 story bookshop. We got there and it was filled floor to ceiling, with books. I bought 2 books, then we left. Half way to the tube, mum and I headed to Oxford street to look around the shops. We bought mum a t shirt, and some awesome pink hair chalk (and other stuff too.). Then we took the tube back to the apartment, and had take away curry.
As we had a few hours (about 24!) to review our holiday on the plane, we decided to blog what we've enjoyed, missed and are pleased to leave behind!
Top five favourite places:
Angthong National Marine Park
Top five favourite experiences:
Chiang Mai Elephant Nature Park
Chu Chi Tunnels
S21 Prison/Killing ...
... big, and links with the Jubilee tube line and directly into some of the large new Canary Wharf buildings. We, however, we heading across a footbridge to the West India Quay.
We stopped for lunch in one of the many restaurants housed in the old warehouse, then proceeded to the far end of the same warhouse building to the Museum of London Docklands, an offshoot of the main Museum of London we'd visited earlier. This one is all about the ...
... about interesting people and places. Probably also a fair few anecdotes about food.
For now, I shall finish the last bits of packing. Please do comment and if you have any fabulous Australian ideas, I would love to hear them. :).
Next stop, Sydney!
Time: 6.14pm- Saturday London time 5.15am- Sunday NZ time Now we are in London, and it is hot! While you guys in NZ are freezing your butts off, we're slowly cooking ourselves to death. There hasn't been much rain this summer, so everything looks dry and dusty, not really what I expected, but still exciting. We are staying in a tiny apartment for the next week about the size of our English class, good thing ...