YHA London Thameside
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We have survived week one...with only toast for breakfast (not cereal and toast!!!)
London has been really good, a lot better than we expected. The weather has been lovely and sunny, gets bright soo early however and the girl in the room won't shut the bloody curtains, lauren is awoken every morning to a blinding rooftop ahhhh …
I have arrived in London after a ~4 hour train ride. On my way to my hostel I was slightly amused that I had to jump off at Baker street to transfer to a new metro line. Other than that I've checked in and it's time to plan the next few days!
My first night (July 10) I wandered down to Piccadilly Circus and joined a 'free' pub crawl courtesy of a friend from Edinburgh who ...
... Turns out over 100 Gators were in the theatre. The GatorNation is truly everywhere. It's an experience I won't forget! I won't tell you the details of Wicked because just maybe you might go see it! After the show, we decided to experience the nightlife in London. Only, we couldn't find it. This is a stark contrast to Ireland where every corner you can find a nice friendly pub. Here, you have to walk miles before you find a bar and then it closes really early! We got to the Cask Pub ...
... was otherwise uneventful! We are taking turns to sleep at the moment, as we are both exhausted - we will board our flight to London soon and are praying for a smooth flight in, despite the storm The flight from Singapore to London was really tough - longest 14 & 1/2 hours of our lives!! More screaming babies, little children behind us kicking our chairs and nothing much of interest on the ...
We left Melbourne at 3:30am Sunday, and arrived in London at 7:30pm Sunday, which is 5:30am Monday in Melbourne. Highlights: Window seat for descents into Kuala Lumpur and Dubai. Spectacular views. Trip was broken up into three seven-hour flights with a couple of hours between each one. I managed to sleep for ...