Holiday Inn London Sutton
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... the worst part was trying to get through all the crowds, once I was past Big Ben the walk was quite quick. I was walking past st James park and I saw a squirrel! I was quite shocked haha but apparently these are very common here. I arrived at Buckingham palace and there was so many people there!! It was crazy! I thought the crowds at the London eye were bad, but nope, not compared to this! I happened to be just in the middle of the path when police ...
... Then, we got lost. We got on the wrong bus headed in the completely wrong direction so we had to walk back to the correct bus stop that turns out was on the other side of the street. It was a long hot walk back.. A stark difference from the cold and rainy Ireland. Our apartment is really nice! It has enough beds and sofa beds to accommodate everyone and it has good wifi! The neighborhood doesn't appear to be terrible and it ...
... when hooked to our belt-loops. We gave up on them really early on.
Pac-safe - It's basically backpack security, but it was expensive, heavy and totally unnecessary for the countries we actually visited (we originally bought them for rail travel in India).
Clothing that you know you would never actually wear in real life (we're looking at you, Hannah's hiking/sportswear).
Hiking boots in Asia. Just no.
Mosquito nets that ...
... enjoyed being on the A380, one of the biggest planes in the world! We finally arrived home at about 9:30pm, absolutely knackered and ready for some sleep, although it was of course compulsory to first call our old favourite local take away! We've had the most amazing time over the past few months...seen some incredible places and met some lovely people! We're really going to miss travelling but looking forward to seeing family and friends again at ...
... a plate of food attracting bugs until you can land a stool or piece of grass under the bridge.
The shops surrounding the Camden markets are very artsy and interesting. As Josh and I walked along the streets, we passed shops offering Gothic wardrobes, shoes, souvenirs, Indian textiles imported from India, incense and obscure record recordings of rare singles of various artists including Bob Marley, The Beatles, and The Cure.