My friend was getting married down in London and I was asked to be a groomsman on the day which I was honoured to be of course. I was told it would be an interesting day as it was a Nigerian wedding and things are done a little differently than your usual wedding day. I won’t be posting any pictures of the wedding here but I have uploaded some of the various things I found to be interesting whilst traveling around the capital city.
I booked a few days off and stayed down in London so I could do a little exploring before and after the wedding to do some car spotting down on Brompton Road and around the Knightsbridge area.
This is the hotel where the wedding reception was held, it was spectacularly decorated inside and really impressed me with the lengths they went to for the guests.
We were staying down next to Liverpool Street station and we decided to do a little exploring around the area at night as I’d spotted the Gherkin was close by and I’d never seen the building up close before.
The Temple area in London is immaculate and tidy, this marble archway with Latin writing on was so crisp and clean, the sun hitting it from the other side illuminated the sheltered part inside and made it look welcoming.