Heya! So as part of my trip, I wanted to head out of London to have a look. I wanted to have something easy for me as a solo traveller and decided to check out tours online. My colleague recommended me to look at Viator but after comparing with Rabbies and a few others, I decided to go with Rabbie’s and I’m glad I made the right choice.
And welcome to Part 5 of the journey! I’ll be sharing with you one of the prettiest, coolest and amazing afternoon tea that I have ever had. It’s an experience in itself!
One of the reasons that I decided to come to London during this period (in May) is also to attend the Colour Conference organised by Hillsong Church. But before day 1 conference, I headed to my favourite museum – The Natural History Museum! :)
Will briefly share my experience and what I’ve gleaned from the conference. If you do not feel comfortable reading, feel free to skip part 4 post! :)
I’m finally onto part 3 of the journey! *pats back to myself* :)
One thing that London brings is the different museums that you could visit. They have many museums, both paid and free.
Jet lag is something we’ll probably be worried about. I initially were too, mainly cause i don’t know how bad or well I’ll take it. And thankfully, I think it wasn’t as bad as I thought.
After an early night, I woke up at 5am in the morning. The sun rises at about 5ish. When I woke up, the sky looked like 7am in Singapore. I was just tossing on the bed for a bit before washing up at 6ish; my friend woke up pretty early too :)