England: London, Bristol, & Bath

This was the third time I have been to England/ London area and I have to say it was one of the more interesting times. The last two times I was in High School and going out sightseeing with your parents is a different vibe than by yourself/ with friends.

Bustling London is an  extreme contrast to the quiet and tiny capital of Reykjavik. It took me a few days to adjust to the sheer amount of people walking around London at all times, hurrying here and there.

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It was also the first time I went to the Camden markets in London. I love street art and it was a great feast for my eyes to see all the wacky building decorations and the people walking around in odd outfits.  I definitely spent a good bit of time just people watching.

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I also took a few days to venture to Bristol where I met up with some friends I had made while in New Zealand and Australia two years ago. The countryside was stunning and for once it wasn’t raining! Talk about having some great luck.

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Bristol is just a short drive from Bath and my friends offered to take me there. I can now say (in a terrible English accent) that “I bathed in Bath!”

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To finish out my time in England I spent my last day in wandering around  London and meeting up with some friends. It’s funny how you can go to the same places a few times over the years and take the same/similar pictures but it feels like new again. I’m sure I have a ton of pictures of the red telephone booths from my other trips, but I still had the need to capture this one photo.

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Written by Cali4beach

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