Upon arrival, I had to get myself from Heathrow airport to Hackney where I would be staying. Had an exciting trip, which included needing to get off the train and leave the station to find a toilet.
I got lost a lot during my time there, not that I minded. Enjoyed the long walks it resulted in.
One of my favourite things about London, was the ‘park culture’. Lots of outdoor public spaces, with encouragement to use these for exercise.
Lots of warning signs about not feeding the pigeons, which pose a ‘health risk’- but they seemed harmless enough to me.
As seen on the wall of the Amnesty International office in London.
Didn’t get a chance to do ‘touristy’ stuff, so greatly enjoyed this afternoon during which I just got on a random bus to a random part of the city and had to figure out my way back.
During my time there I disovered that London Bridge is in fact not falling down. The Queen needs to clear up that confusion by banning the kiddies song about it falling.
This building looked like something straight out of a movie scene from times long gone.
Stared at the people working in these offices for quite some time. I’d personally feel like my privacy is being infringed on in such an office.