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England Vlog

Watch my England Vlog ! In January, I was able to go to England to visit my friend Tom for a week. It was really fun though I wouldn’t really want to go again. London was way too overpriced and I prefer Rome instead.¬†If you want to catch up on my England travel posts then you can view them here ūüôā This was my first ever video that I made so I’m very proud of it, although you can obviously see how “new” I was at making videos! When I travel in the summer, then I’ll be sure to post up even more videos!¬†My rome files were erased, so all the clips I took were lost ūüė¶¬† 1. On the way to England – See all the yummy food I got to eat on the plane! 2. Brighton Pier – Regency Restaurant¬†– My first time having FISH AND CHIPS. Delicious! 3. Ultimate favorite – Bourough Market¬†– A Marketplace for freshly made food, everything was so delicious – also featuring my HUGE burger. See the rest …

Last day in London!

Morning everyone! It’s 12:27 AM and I slept a good 16 hours today – talk about major jetlag. I decided not to go to Japan because I don’t want to be inside an airplane for another month. Can you believe I’ve been on an airplane for almost 60 hours in a month and a half?¬†Gotta say it… traveling is fun but the best bed to sleep in at night is at home.¬†Anyway, in order to post about Rome I have to finish posting about London so here is everything we did our last day there! You can probably tell this post will be rushed… just a little, because I can’t wait to tell you all the places we went to in Rome!¬† Natural History Museum Out of all the places… this was my favorite landmark! It was huge and amazing. We saw many students on field trips and I was just terribly jealous, if I went here at a young age I would have been mindblown! It took us about 3 hours or more to …

Kensignton Palace

  Price:¬†¬£16.50 /¬†¬£15.40 (online) TIP: Make sure to pick up the brochure at all the major train stations called “TWO FOR ONE LONDON.”¬†It’s basically a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE TICKET to most landmarks and attractions.¬†Keep your eye out for it because not a lot of people know about it.¬† This was the first place we visited in London. It was quite easy to get to, just get off at “Kensignton” Exit. ¬†We actually bought Mcdonalds and got their coffee… it was horrible! I joked that the Mcdonalds in America tasted so much better probably due to the copious amounts of sugar we put in… hehe.¬† To get there, we had to go through a park which was quite nice. Make sure to take a photo at one of the telephone booths outside!   Tip: If you’re carrying your heavy coats, be sure to check it in at the coat room. It’s free if you show your ticket to the front desk clerk. Overall I didn’t really have that great of a time. I mean …

Favorite Find: Bourough Market

  Borough Market Excuse the red car that ruined my picture.¬†This was by far the highlight of my trip. Why? Because it combined: Food + Surprise all in one! We were on our way to see London Bridge but stumbled across this hidden gem instead. It is the largest market I’ve ever encountered and I am so in love with it. Tom, surprisingly, has never heard of it nor gone inside so we all decided to explore it.¬† They have a huge section of all cheese, beer, and vegetarian food. Tom went crazy and discovered his love for pickled radish.¬†We also saw a place that sold: Reindeer meat, Kangaroo meat, and Zebra Meat!¬† ¬†¬† Tom got this at the stand above, he said it was the best he’s ever had! The Sausage on a stick that we got. I barely tried it because it was so tiny, but cheap so I shouldn’t be complaining. ¬†¬† ¬†¬† Something exotic. Reindeer burgers, Kangaroo burgers, and kangaroo fillet. Our Wangus burger. It was really good, but the meat …