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London: Covent Garden & Oxford Circus

What to do in London

Yep, this is another London travel diary- the last one actually. I think I’ve shared enough photos and experiences with you guys already but I just can’t seem to stop. It was Nicole’s first time in London and I showed her some of my favourite areas, starting with Shoreditch (seen on my previous post) and then on and on and on.

What to do in London

We also visited Covent Garden. This was where I first dyed my hair to an extreme color (blue green ombre) a few years ago and just never stopped colouring my hair since. I already tried different kinds go ombre: blond, gray, purple, denim, etc.

What to do in London

Here you’ll find Apple Market where they have a lot of stalls selling trinkets, clothes and food. Shake Shack can also be found here. Yum.

What to do in London

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We were so lucky to have seen Vogue 100: A Century of Style at National Portrait Gallery. It showcased amazing pictures of famous photographers that has been commissioned by British Vogue since it was founded in 1916. You can rent an audio guide or download the app on your phone. I went with Nicole, Liz and BJ and nobody talked to each other until the very end lol. Into it lahat!

What to do in London

What to do in London

Our favourite area: Shoreditch.

What to do in London

What to do in London

What to do in London

I love Carnaby st. in Oxford Circus. I got a pair of mint Adidas sneakers in one of the shops there. Super hard to find! They also have a nice corner with lots of good restaurants and I decided to get ramen and tempura- yes, I’m super asian lol.

What to do in London

What to do in London

It’s so nice to just chill here.

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can’t wait for my next Euro trip this November!!! See you again next month, London.

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