18/03/2018. The last day in London! We woke up from the UFC fighting night finding the city covered in snow. We decided to take a walk over to Greenwich. We stayed on the other side of the Thames and could see Greenwich from where we stayed. We crossed the Thames, but not over, but under the water! After 6 years in London, I had never known that the small brick stone house in Greenwich was an underwater tunnel!
We tried to get some English breakfast at our favourite pub 'The Gipsy Moth', but it's not just our favourite pub. It was so full that we decided to keep looking for another pub that may serve English breakfast. But before we left I noticed that the pub had quite a few sausage dogs sitting in their owner's laps. Strange, but cute.
We left and looked everywhere for a place that served English breakfast. But no place seemed to serve it. But FINALLY! We saw a pub! We walked straight there, but just when we were about to walk in the doorman stopped us. 'I am sorry, it's totally full in here. We have about 300 sausage dogs in the pub at the moment'. What what?
Apparently, it had been a sausage dog walk just a few hours earlier. About a thousand sausage dogs showed up. OMG! I wish I was there! I would have cuddled them all! I have heard about this before on Facebook, but I just did not expect it to be that day, as the whole of London usually goes dead when it snows. haha!
We ended up eating some noodles somewhere else.
Then we headed into the city where we met Mark and Fernando. We had tickets to the comedy store. Luis and I often went here when we lived in London. Instead of going to the cinema or having a dinner out, we went to watch some hilarious comedians.
However, this time was different. We did not expect it, and from the begging, I was kind of disappointed, to be honest. But in the end, it was the funniest night ever! It was improv night. OMG! This people was just so funny and smart. How can you possibly think that fast and then just act upon it! All of us were blown away!
After all the laughter we decided to party a little bit before it was time to head home. We decided to go Irish as it was the day after St. Patricks day. We decided for O'Neill's in Soho. The standard place when I just had moved to London.
We walked into O'Neill' and felt like we were thrown into the 3rd class party in the Titanic movie. Irish music blasting and everybody dancing. The band that was playing were AMAZING! They did covers like I have never heard before and they were just all the way trough talented. (that's the people Luis and Fernando has a selfie with. I got one too, but I look horrible in it, so that will not be published anywhere, haha!).
What a great day!