After stoning in the cab for 1.5 hours, we finally arrived at Morden. Morden is not exactly in Central London. It's approximately 8 miles from Central.
Tada... that's where we were. After meet and greet, it's time to eat and drink. That's what Malaysians are known for. Considering the drinks from the night before is more than enough, here we were again, drinking.
That's where we went, the first stop to London Eye. We used to have our Malaysian Eye before, not sure what was he called. London-inspired. haha.
Then, the London Eye Cruise, which we will have our chance to be there. Just wait.
The famous Big Ben which is a nickname for Great Bell. The clock itself is called clock tower or Elizabeth Tower but if it includes the north end of the Palace of Westminster, it's when we call it as Big Ben. But again, whatever it is now, we refer it as Big Ben.
Then, it's the Parliament Square. It's the whole square. This is where protests and demonstrations are being held as well as a tourist attraction.
This is St. Margaret's Church. It stands in between Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, it's more commonly called as "the parish church of the House of Commons." It was unfortunate of us that during the time of our visit, it was closed. Gosh~
A typical Libran who contradicts herself, and someone who is indecisive with a journey of uncertainty. Blessed with family and friends, and will always miss the place that had the best memory of the lifetime - Switzerland, the paradise, THE place that many could only dreamed of!
Der Schweiz, ich vermisse dich!The Swiss, I miss you!