As of writing, I am back to reality. Me and hubby are still recuperating that jet lag. Blame it on the 8-hour time difference here and in the United Kingdom. But nevertheless, the fun-filled memories we had in our London trip is still fresh and keeps us up in our momentum daily while chit chatting with our friends and family our wonderful experience. It is a different world out there that I will forever cherish.
With all the photos we have taken, it's very difficult to know where to start. But for this post (and several more to come), I intended this as a diary from day 1 and to our everyday life while in London. Hope you guys enjoy some photos that I'll be sharing.
Warning: photo bombarded blog post ahead…
|This is the inside of PAL plane. I like the service of their cabin crew.|
Very warm, accommodating, friendly not to mention beautiful ladies.
|One of our 2-full meal course in the plane. Their food is delicious|
and fine. For a petite frame like me, it's quite generous.
|One of our 2-full meal course. There is also a 2-snacks course which|
I forgot to take photos of. Their drinks have wide selections as you can
just ask anytime you want.
|Our neighborhood where we stayed. I am amazed of London's|
building structure. It's very fascinating to see brick-made
|Inside the neighborhood. Most of the residences looks like this.|
However there are also landed ones but generally all are made in bricks.
Those two are my constant companions roaming the city of London,
my nephew on the left and my hubby on the right.
|This is the next day after our arrival. Heading to the park|
for these two boys wanting a basketball one-on-one.
|Entrance leading to the park. At this time, I'm freezing.|
It's so cold especially it's early in the morning.
|Upon reaching the park, this is my view while waiting for them to finish playing|
basketball. It's so relaxing and refreshing to see this view.
|Roaming around the city, we choose to ride the bus if not walking.|
We love seating at the top deck to see the full view of London.
|Each bus stop has a sign like this. Those are bus numbers that pass this|
street. You can never get lost as the bus stops has legend route maps
which I haven't took photos of.
|Behind my BIL and hubby is a passing bus. That's how double decker bus|
looks like. Oh, that's the Big Ben (will let you see later on my upcoming posts
the tourists spots we visited).
|Another mode of transportation in London is their tube/train/tram as what their|
terms are. This is one of their busiest station, Liverpool Street. On the screen are
schedules of the timings of the train arrivals and departures.
|A view of where the trains are passing. In here, we are waiting|
for our train to arrive.
|This is the inside of a tram (a kind of train also).|
|Worry not. If you're a tourist here, you can never get lost as maps are|
very convenient for you in their sidewalks.
|Most of the telephone booths here don't have telephones anymore.|
It mainly serves as a tourist attraction where London is known.
|Being away from home, these two are the ones we terribly miss. Everyday |
Skype-ing is what keeps as in touch. This is our everyday communication
so that it doesn't feel like away from home.
So, this is just my initial London tour-sharing with you guys. Stay tuned in my upcoming London diaries 2014. I hope you enjoyed!