The Best Western Russell Hotel
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... next door. Having a roof top pool to ourselves. Danielle getting tan lines!!! Getting started at by the crazy lady in Koh Tao who threatened to throw food at us! Swimming amongst the fish whilst snorkelling and scuba driving. Tash shaking the baby tiger to wake it up. Paige falling out the taxi and flat on her face. Unblocking our toilet in Koh Phanghan. Horny gecko noises!! We remember each place we visited ...
... or hallways and one shop just sort of flows into the next. Very suave. Very out of our back packer's budget.
Next we headed to the Borough Street Markets. They were a food lovers paradise! We did several tastings of cheeses, pulled pork, tea, milk, yoghurt and bought some fresh pasta with a tub of this yummy wild boar confit to stir through it.
Back at the hostel, we were pushed for time to get ready for a night at the theatre. We had splurged and ...
... Station or London Liverpool Street Station and reach the heart of the city in less than 30 minutes.
The nightlife of Shoreditch is pretty fascinating. There are many options of nightclubs, bars and lounges in the area where you can spend some quality time listening to great music and drinking some of the finest wines and spirits. Visit places like – The Ten Bells, Cargo, The Vibe Bar, George and Dragon and The Redchurch.
... which was awesome. It kind of made me realise how fleeting our life is our time on earth is a mere millisecond in comparison to our past and to our future.
My friend and I stayed in an up and coming hipster suburb called Shoreditch and it had a really great atmosphere to it. There was street art all over the suburb and they were really interesting. On Sunday we were able to go to the Brick Lane markets which ...
... not about the gifts it's about seeing each other which we're looking forward to), and shopping for Xmas dinner etc. We can only buy as much as we can carry the few blocks home, we're planning a big English Xmas lunch, mulled wine, egg nog, turkey and all the trimmings, Xmas pud to set alight with brandy, yum yum yum!!!! A far cry from the hot weather and BBQs at home for Xmas. Nice to experience the difference. Still no snow, it will be a Christmas miracle if it does ...