Day5 - 4 Dec
We went to see the Millennium Bridge and Tate Modern Collection. We walked to Tate via the bridge. Well, didn't really spend a long time there because we are not very artistic. All of the exhibitions and models were very different and of course difficult to understand. Hmm.. Then, went to St. Paul Cathedral to snap some photos before using the bus to Tower of London. While taking some photos there, there was a chinese man who asked for help from Daddy to help to take his picture. Well, as you know, Daddy automatically changed his Malaysian chinese accent to a China accent. My goodness.. Naughty Daddy! Haha.. Then, only Uei Ying, Lynna and I went into the Tower of London which is located near the London Bridge. The tickets to get in were not cheap. It cost us 25.50 pounds where we used one of the coupons 2 for 1. So, we actually saved 8 pounds. Tower of London is really amazing and spectacular. This is my first time seeing castles, not in front of TV but my eyes! Haha.. We visited several towers like the Jewel House, Torture at the Tower, Bloody Tower and a lot more. Love the facts and the mysteries. We even bought some souvenirs nearby. My goodness, spent some pounds again. Forgive me but I really need to stress that using pounds are really HEAVY! Haha...
Day 6 - 5 Dec
Went to Bath today. The train was about half an hour delay but we finally made it to Bath. Michelle's sister, Nicole is studying in Bath so, I contacted her and we planned to meet up. She was so surprised that I told her I was going to Bath. She thought I was just bluffing. Haha.. We met up at the train station. Visited the Roman Abbey but didn't go in. Then, took some pictures at the Roman Bath. I felt like going in but we had to pay to go in so, haik.. Then, we walked to the Pulteney Bridge. Suddenly, it rained. So, we went to the shopping market. Mummy bought some wools. After that, we walked to the Royal Crescent, a row of houses arranged in a shape of a crescent. Interesting.. Nicole said that Johnny Depp has a house there. ^_^ A really big, big Thank You to Nicole for bringing us around the place and I really appreciate it.