I used to go to London quite often early this year, but sadly, not anymore these days (I know complaining wouldn’t make my life less suck, but my life is pretty suck at the moment). Despite how busy London is most of the time, I am very attached to it. I honestly just love going to the city.
Anyway, this post takes me back to July, when my family and I went to London and we visited Hyde Park.
As usual, Hyde Park during summer has always been packed with people – mostly tourists, but locals were often spotted jogging and sunbathing at the park too. Pictures above were taken at Princess Diana’s Memorial Fountain.
Yes, people are allowed to go into the water trail (if they behave themselves).
We managed to have a picnic at a quiet spot. Though not for long, since there were little bugs flying around (bugs are possibly the only thing I hate about parks).
My sister wanted to get a bubble tea then, so after we’ve packed away everything, Dad dropped us at the nearest underground station. We took the tube to get to Soho.
We love to get our bubble teas at Cuppacha, our all time favourite bubble tea shop in Central London. But we do love Chatime as well. The only thing that Chatime (Soho branch, that is) don’t make it into our favourite is because of their slightly poor customer service. We love friendly staff so, Cuppacha won our hearts.
Though that day, I decided to get my bubble tea from Chatime, just because I wanted a black tea with coconut jelly. Then we went to Cuppacha and ordered some to take away, for our parents and brother. Yes, my whole family love bubble teas.
We then walked towards the Regent Street and went to Japan Centre. We love to get cute melon breads from the Japan Centre. To be honest, my sister and I just really fond of Korean and Japanese stuff. Hence, Soho is one of our favourite places in the central.
Has anyone been to London? If not, where do you want to go most if you’d ever give it a visit?
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