Camden Market – London Day 2

Recently I paid a visit to the capital of England – London. I have been before but I was very young and all I remember is my little brother getting scared at the moving dinosaur at the natural history museum. This time around I am positive more happy and joyful memories have been formed. Ones that will last me a lifetime.

However, my memory is a bit weird in the sense that the only thing I really seem to remember is song lyrics. I kept that in mind as I walked around and decided the best way to preserve this beautiful place is through photographs. So that’s what I did. I also thought that I should share some of these pictures with you guys. So that’s what I did.

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CHURROS

 

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A shop dedicated to fairy lights

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A snake’s tail made of Lego

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The royal family – made of Lego

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A load of bags

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A load of lights

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This building was massive

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A few of the stalls at Camden market

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If you look closely you can see Big Ben

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I dunno it looks pretty

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Same as the last one

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221B Baker Street. I may or may not be obsessed with Sherlock Holmes at the moment

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In the Lego shop

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Big Ben – Only this time it’s made out of Lego

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A wall city type thing made of lego

Today’s post is day 2 and we did so much walking it was unreal. My feet hurt so much after that day. According to my phone (which died halfway through the day so it didn’t record all of it), I walked 8km. I normally average about 6km and that day I had done well over 10km.

So that is the end of these London updates. I did stay an extra day but it was mostly a blur of trains and people and no photo opportunities came up. Let me know what you think in the comments below and if you have ever been to London please share your experience I would love to hear from you.

Thank you so much for reading/looking at this post and I hope you have a lovely day/night.

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