I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring

Jan 18, 2016

Earlier last week, I met up with Natalie for a quick catch up and we stayed in Camden for the day. It was my first time in Camden and I loved the vibrant atmosphere there. We didn't explore much there because both of us were really cold. But it was a good visit and I definitely want to return there again, probably during summer when the weather is sunny and warm.

We first had lunch at Lockside Camden, followed by ice cream at Chin Chin labs. I know I mentioned that we were both really cold, but I love eating ice cream and it doesn't matter if I'm feeling cold (probably not the best idea but still). Then we walked around the Camden Lock markets. On the way, we walked into a Japanese store and found two girls trying to solve a Japanese puzzle box, which can only open if you loosen the devices in the box in the right sequence. The two girls gave up and left, but I was determined and refused to leave the shop until I solved it. Happy to say that I was successful! We ended the night in Camden with dinner at a Italian restaurant. Natalie stayed over at my place and we spent the whole night watching Youtube videos. The next morning, Natalie came to my neuroscience lecture with me, which isn't so strange since she does neuroscience as part of her degree. Afterwards, I showed her around the beautiful Founders building before proceeding to have brunch at Hugo's bar and grill.

Last week was the first week back after the Christmas holidays. I tried to balance social life and university work, but it leaned more towards the social life. Motivation to do work is still not here, but I reckon it will or have to come soon, as I have an essay due pretty soon.

"If people want to know who I am, it is all in the work"

Lockside Camden. Food: 3.5/5, Price: 3.5/5, Atmosphere: 4/5, Service: 4/5.




Chin Chin labs. Food: 4/5, Price: 4/5, Atmosphere: 4/5, Service: 5/5.





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