A Day in the Capital

So I flew in from Nepal, dropped of my main rucksack at Victoria Bus station and set off to South Kensington tube station. Because I love the Albert Hall from the outside and that is the closest tube station that I know about in relation to the V&A.

I honestly regret not hopping on to a Borris bike for my explore around the capital but the tube and walking let me see a fair bit as well. Not knowing London very well meant that I chose to stick tot he areas I did know, South Kensington, and St. Pauls/Tate Modern. I wish I had, had a chance to venture into the Tate Modern once again but for a few hours I settled for the V&A and a peek outside the Tate.

I know that you shouldn't really busk outside the Tate but this guy was just the coolest. I didn't get him to write anything for me but he did look pretty cool. Once I had stopped for a light lunch in Yo! Sushi in Victoria station I headed to catch my bus, leaving our fine capital once more.

Oh hey there bridge that gets destroyed by death eaters in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

And for those that are curious these are my stamps and visas for my Indian and Nepal Adventure.

XO, Miriam

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  1. Lovely post! That poet busker looks really cool - I would have definitely got him to write something. :)

    1. Thank you! I wish I did but I needed to get back to Victoria Station :( I reckon he is the sort of person who is there a lot though!
      XO, Miriam