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... Brick Lane, London
This place has become a blend of stylish cafes,trendy hotels, and many late night places. The place is more visited by the art and design students. The place is definitely no short of Hoxton Finn haircuts and the out dated fashion as per the regular crowd. Brick Lane is a place that can be also called as the heart of Bangladeshi culture in London. Here you can see a plenty of curry houses and the mosques. You can also see the ...
City life can
take a heavy toll on an individual both physically and mentally. That is why it
becomes necessary to take a break from our routine schedules once in a while
and indulge in more pleasurable activities. Perhaps that is nothing more
relaxing and invigorating then spending a day at a spa. You do not have to take
a specific holiday for it, as this could be done on the weekend. In fact the
trend of visiting spa hotels ...
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... English people feel the need to deny the existence of everyone around them while on public transportation. You do not talk. You sit or stand in silence and read your Metro. I actually went on to talk about this with a british man I met at dinner. He actually brought the weird habit up and asked me if I had noticed it. When I enthusiastically agreed he went on to tell me about how awkward it can be sometimes. When he sees someone he knows on the tube he is ...
... jumping entire courses.
During Wimbledon Jane and Chris had a bet, Roger vs Rafa, who would win / survive the longest. Thanks to a wicked young Aussie Chris lost out and bought us all a round of drinks to celebrate end of season.
Helen announced who had won the office sweepstake. At the start of the internship we were all given 3 boroughs to quietly cheer for. It came down to Russell, Jane and I as the ...