My Trip To England: Day 3

On day three we took the train to Camden Market. I didn’t really know what to expects, but I was pleasantly surprised by it, even though it rained. I usually don’t like to be somewhere with  a lot of people, but I actually enjoyed walking around in Camden Market. I didn’t by anything (except for food) but I took some pictures of the beautiful houses. So colourful!

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This shop was cool. It was filled with so much weird and interesting things, and I regret not buying on of the very pretty notebooks there. (You can actually see it in the background) A nice smell immediately hit you when you entered the shop; I don’t know what they are called, but it’s those sticks that are on ‘fire’ or something.

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We then strolled over a small, and scary, stone bridge that led us to this food market. A lot of it looked and smelled wonderfully, but I – the picky person I am – didn’t buy anything there to eat; I decided to buy some french fries at McDonalds… Well, it was good. (And there were some cute boys sitting near us. Hehe…)

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In the evening, we went to this Indian restaurant, and oh my, it was spicy. I couldn’t eat one of those wraps before I lost feeling in my tongue.. The taste was good, though, but I do not (at all) like spicy food! The nan bread was delicious, though.

We also walked around in Oxford Street, but I didn’t take any pictures there because we spent most of the time in Primark. Ah… I love Primark!

Have you ever been to Camden Market? Please let me know of any other markets you know of!

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