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Major Oak
After a nice warm breakfast, with eggs and toasts, we depart for London. Along the way, we stopped at Nottingham, Sherwood forest to visit Robin hood and his gang of merry men. It was just a nature walk. Kean and me walked to the major oak, which was one of the famous British trees in the whole country. Then I did some last minute shopping and tried my luck to collect stickers from the old parking machine. It was just a short stop, and then on the road again towards Stratford-upon-Avon.
I dont know how to appreciate literatures, so Stratford doesnt really excite me much. I spend most of the time walking up the street to take photos of the sacred birthplace of the greatest writer, talked to my parents and bought my lunch at Subway. I love my lunch. I set near a canal to really enjoy my lunch in peace, but the place was full of insects. So I went to another place closer to the carpark and finished my lunch. I bought somemore sovernirs and then off we went to London.
We reached London before 6pm. It was so strange that these people whom you have spent 7 of your days with have to part. Anyway, that is life, so I went back to St Paul's to check in. As this will be my last night in London, I splurge and took a small room, there I found my roommates, an Australian and a Chinese girl from Vancouver. I must say, Chinese from Vancouver are really pretty..anyway, I went out for a walk cum dinner, and just slept early.
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