Today is our last day in London so we are up with the sunrise to cram as much as we can into one day. Our first stop is the Abbey Road studios; this is Anton’s first attempt to get a recording contract so he can finally get paid to strum his six strings.
Very excited of what’s ahead, we hurry off and we board the bus for Oxford Street. It’s time to spend a few hours in Zara and Riverland and Pull and Bear and Mango, to grab those items I’ve been thinking about since we left yesterday. Lucky I have a husband that loves a shop more than any female I know.
After a massive shop, we get ourselves to brick lane for a curry, I feel we would let so many people down if we didn’t do this. East London is a groovy place where all the houses and buildings have a pretty facade.
I scored some outstanding tickets on a cheap website a couple of months back so we are seated a few rows from the front and bang on to the centre of the stage, the seats were almost as good as the seats I sat in at Michael Jacksons 1996 History tour to Melbourne ~ I guess nothing will beat that tour #RIPMJ.
The thriller show blew our minds, so much talent on one stage. The crowd was even included in the show and the whole theatre was absolutely pumping, everyone was up dancing. Any MJ lovers out there should take a trip to London, just for this. It’s that good!!
As we leave the theatre, Lout a good family friend from back home is waiting for us. I had a laugh when he recalled my love for Michael Jackson, reminding me that I collected every news column published about MJ after I attending his concert ~ a slight obsession there maybe…
We stop at Maison Bertaeux, London’s oldest French patisserie, with a bunch of works going on out the front we don’t get a true view of this stunning little building, we do head inside but only offered take away as it’s quite late and this cute little bake house wants to go nighty night.
We head off to the West end for a drink and a good catch up. I mentioned to Lout that his heavily pregnant sister Mags would give birth in a few days – let’s see if I am right.
After a fun night we tube it home, sad that it’s our last night in London but excited for our next stop, Northern Ireland. We see the many similarities between London and Australia and know that we will be back again…
Good Night for the last time this trip London X