Category Archives: London People-Watching

Some touristy things to do in London


– Join the 3.5 million tourists who ride the iconic London Eye each year. At 135 meters high, on a clear day you can see as far as 25 miles away.

– Pose with a Royal Guard, even if he is a fake!

– If you are in the bar scene and you want to do a most ridiculous act in your life, try the bar on wheels, the PediBus, with your friends.

– It’s actually sitting in a mobile bar that you and your friends will move yourself.  How?  By pedalling!

…. Yes, pedalling along the famous sites of London. It’s  a surefire way to attract stares and snaps from the public.

– For the young at heart, watch the soap bubble show in Jubilee Park.

– Pose with the London Metropolitan Police.  They are only too willing to “say cheese!”

– London is a city of artists.  You only have to look around you to see their art. Have your photo taken with it for souvenir.

– As one of the greenest city in the world, there are parks and gardens to laze around or picnic.


– It’s also one of the largest cities in the planet so one of the best ways to do sightseeing is by bike.  Join a bike tour group for a more pleasurable experience.

– Get to one of the most famous streets of the capital and ogle at the black door where the British Prime Minister officially resides.

 

….. also meet the men in uniform whose work is to  make sure that you and the others are prevented from loitering through this road.

– Do your most romantic act ever, with your special someone.

– And take that romance up to the next level.  Get married – in style – by riding the red vintage Routemaster.

– Do London with your best friends forever!

– Hang out at the Buckingham Palace gates.  You might be lucky to catch a glimpse of a member of the Royal Family.

– Create history.  Get a crazy shot next to one of London’s greatest icon, the Big Ben.

– Take that magazine cover photo of yourself.  London St Pancras International is an ideal venue.

– Amble at one of the most famous tailoring street in the universe.  Previous customers were Winston Churchill, Lord Nelson, and Napoleon III.  In these modern times, Prince Charles and Jude Law top the list.

– Create that creative shot of the Parliament and the Big Ben.

Fashion watch in Regent Street, London

A trendy fashion statement in this day and age
is the in-ear headphone

For a cold and rainy Britain,
the hood has become an indispensable part of one’s clothing
unfortunately, they are banned in some pubs and restaurants
for security reasons.

The Alfred Hitchcock style

Even cars have become fashionable, too,
at the same time, earning cash for the owner
such as this advertisement for a waxing house

  When you are confronted with a large selection of colours,
it becomes very difficult to make a quick decision

The good thing about wearing a uniform is that,
you are spared choosing the right clothes each time

London is a highly cosmopolitan city,
each one bringing his own sense of dressing into the capital
and in the process, a fusion with a Londonian touch evolves